Diego Costa not happy living in London
- Author: Lawrence Cooper Apr 13, 2017,
Apr 13, 2017, 1:47
The Spain global has scored a terrific 17 goals this season, but dipped in form following a mega-money offer from China in January.
Three points is all that matters at the end of the day, this is true, but a Costa goal against United would go some ways towards turning the conversation around him back to a more positive one than we've seen recently.
The Sun declare that both players are set to quit Stamford Bridge and that Chelsea will need to spend £200m in order to replace them. He has nearly scored 20 [current tally is 18] goals and that is a significant contribution. "We all know where we are going, we are all going in the same direction and that's very important". He had another couple of chances to score against Bournemouth but no doubt next week, he'll be there again.
"We have a week to rest a little bit and then prepare, that's what we have to be focused on these days".
In February, the Chinese Super League's Tijan Quanian offered Costa an egregiously exorbitant contract, £500,000 per week, $36,000,000 per year.
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As reported by the Evening Standard, Costa said: "I have another two years on my contract".
"I am always very honest with the people around me".
"The club gives me a lot, the supporters, the team-mates". This year I hope will be different, that we win titles.
The Spain worldwide has two years remaining on his Chelsea deal and has recently been quoted as saying that despite not being entirely happy with London life, he will see them out. "I'm happy for him but above all for the team".
"If you are in a team that is winning, you always want to stay, for the allotted amount of time", Costa added.