- Diego Costa could be on his way to China at the end of the season
- Chinese Super League side Tianjin Quanjia have made another offer
- He will become the highest paid player if he moves to the Asian side
Chelsea striker Diego Costa is reportedly considering leaving the club at the end of the ongoing season after a Chinese Super League side Tianjin made an offer of £650,000-a-week contract to lure him to China.
It will be recall that earlier this year, a stunning offer was made for Diego Costa by the Chinese Super League side which caused a bust up between the Spaniard and manager Antonio Conte.
NAIJ.com understands that Tianjin Quanjia have come back with an offer to make Costa the highest paid player in the world on £34 million a year after tax.
And the fact that Costa, 28, has failed to score for the Blues in his last six matches has got chiefs worried he has lost his focus.
Chelsea have been linked with moves for some top strikers like Everton forward Romelu Lukaku and Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez should Costa decide to quit this summer.