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Diego Costa hit with two-week fine on wages by Chelsea

Diego Costa hit with two-week fine on wages by Chelsea Diego Costa hit with two-week fine on wages by Chelsea
Vera Richards | 17 August, 2017, 02:05

Chelsea meanwhile are recalling Costa to London - the striker has been in Brazil - and he will train with the club's Under-23 side.

The striker is now in his native Brazil and has threatened to remain there rather than return to London, and then leave on a free transfer.

Atl├ętico are aware that they can not force the issue and have to wait for a solution to be reached between Chelsea and Costa, an outcome that seems increasingly distant with the player in Brazil and Chelsea's minds elsewhere.

In other Blues news, Chelsea want Alex Sandro to hand in a transfer request to Juventus, as the Premier League champions attempt to capture the defender.

"Chelsea have handled this badly". They really love me for the person I am.

Wright did concede that if this was how Conte did deal with the situation, rather than telling him to his face in January that they would be selling him the summer like he claimed recently, then Costa would at least have the right to be annoyed.

The 28-year-old reportedly received a text message from Antonio Conte in June informing him he has been excluded from the Blues plan for this season and the Italian coach in Saturday's pre-match press conference told reporters he plans to send the striker away in January.

"When the manager does not want you, you have to go", he told The Daily Mail.

But it is understood that Chelsea want Costa, as a player with two years remaining on his contract, to return to the club.

Sky Sports pundit Terry Gibson said he believes Costa will be reunited with former team Atletico Madrid.

Costa said, "My desire is to go to Atletico".

"The Brazilian-born Spain striker made three requests to leave Chelsea during the course of last season". I watched a lot of Premier League games growing up and a lot of them stand out, especially a game against Everton [in December 2006] when Didier Drogba scored a really fantastic goal to win it'.

Costa now has two years remaining on the five-year deal he signed when he joined Chelsea back in 2014.

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