- Diego Costa is on the verge of rejoining his former club Atletico Madrid from Chelsea
- The Blues have reportedly agreed a £50million deal from the Spanish club for the Spaniard
- The 'wantaway' striker was told by Conte that his services were no longer need at Stamford Bridge
Chelsea have reportedly agreed a £50million deal from Spanish club Atletico Madrid for 'wantaway' striker Diego Costa.
The Spanish striker is on the verge of rejoining his former club after being told by Antonio Conte via text that his services at Stamford Bridge were no longer needed.
According to Spanish daily AS, £41million will be paid by the Rojiblancos for Costa and an extra £9million in add-ons will be paid for the Spanish international.
The La Liga club will be unable to register Costa yet as they are currently serving a transfer ban till January 2018..
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The former Atletico Madrid man is desperately looking for playing time ahead of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
NAIJ.com earlier reported that Costa claimed that he is being treated like a 'criminal' at Chelsea after his outburst with the club manager.
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