Diego Costa desperate for a move to Atletico Madrid

Diego Costa desperate for a move to Atletico Madrid

- Diego Costa is desperate for a move to Atletico Madrid following his fall-out with Chelsea boss Antonio Conte

- The Spanish giants is currently serving a transfer ban from FIFA as they cannot sign a player till January 2018

- NAIJ.com understands that the Spaniard is willing to wait till January 2018, for his return to Calderon

Chelsea star Diego Costa is desperate for a move to Atletico Madrid following his fall-out with the Blues boss Antonio Conte as he is willing to wait till January 2018.

NAIJ.com understands that the Spanish giants are currently serving a transfer ban from FIFA as they cannot sign any player till January 2018.

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The Spanish international disclosed to the media that the Blues' manager sent a text to him while he was on international duty that his services at Stamford Bridge is no longer needed.

Diego Costa desperate for a move to Atletico Madrid

Diego Costa desperate for a move to Atletico Madrid.

The 28-year-old who was Chelsea's top-scorer in the just concluded Premier League season has been heavily linked with a move to AC Milan and Chinese side Tianjin Quanjin.

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Costa is seeking a return to his former club Atletico Madrid after helping Antonio Conte's men lift the 2016/17 English Premier League title.

The Spaniard move to Stamford Bridge from Los Rojiblancos for £32 million in 2014.

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Source: Sports.naij.com

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