Atletico Madrid urge Diego Costa to return to Chelsea

Atletico Madrid urge Diego Costa to return to Chelsea

The Belgian stopper posted a photograph to Instagram showing he and Costa celebrating last season's Premier League triumph but it was is caption that tickled supporters.

That means Costa is going nowhere for now and has been included in Chelsea's squad for the first half of the 2017-18 campaign , leading Courtois to copy a now infamous message from Barcelona defender Pique.

"I know that this (big effort) will happen, but if it's to pay the amount that Chelsea want it won't be possible".

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"If I was allowed to play five consecutive matches I might have".

And the £70million summer buy claims: "The difference is that Chelsea's game is based on me". Neymar then went on to become the world's most expensive player, joining PSG despite Pique's words.

What's next for Costa?

But if Atlético, who have been in no rush to push a deal through in the summer much to Diego's chagrin, are finally getting involved, perhaps we will start getting close to an actual resolution this month.

Chelsea reportedly fined Costa two weeks' wages for failing to return to training, and has remained in his native Brazil as the dispute over his future rumbles on.

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Multiple reports suggested that Costa would have signed for Los Colchoneros this summer and loaned out until January, when their transfer embargo is lifted, but no deal took place.

It was unclear whether Costa would be named in the club's Champions League squad, which was due to be announced at 11pm last night. The Brazilian's lawyers will not be able to accuse the Blue's of leaving him out of their plans. His side, however, want him to return to Cobham so they can oversee his work.

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