Chelsea star forward Diego Costa has suggested that he won’t move to China this Summer and will only leave Chelsea for his previous club, Atletico Madrid.
The Spanish Internationals’ future has been in instability throughout the past six months, when he turned into the subject of the transfer offer from Chinese Super League bunch Tianjin Quanjian for a £76 million move, however, the deal then failed to work out.
It is now again assumed that in the up and coming Summer the Chinese club could again attempt to draw him out of Blues but the Chelsea striker in a current meeting has altogether dismissed the proposal. Costa urged that he won’t move to China and Atletico is the only side bar Chelsea in Europe that can attract him again.
“I will only leave Chelsea for Atlético. If not, I will stay here. I’m not interested in other clubs,” Costa told the reporters after their match against Arsenal in the FA Cup final where he scored his team’s only goal.
“I know Chelsea wants to sell players, but I told them, I have two years left in my contract and I won’t go somewhere else just because they want so. I will only sign for another club in Europe, they know that. Otherwise I’ll stay with my current contract,” Costa added.
“I have a contract and no intention of leaving, but if there are changes to be made that might reduce my chances, if the coach won’t count on me anymore or is to give space for another striker, I know that I’ll have to leave. But only to where I’m willing to.”
Costa stayed four years at Atletico in the vicinity of 2010 and 2014 and scored 43 goals from 94 appearances to help his to win a La Liga over Barcelona and Real Madrid in 2014.