Pandemonium Hits The Bridge As Diego Costa Seeks Out Of The Blues Due To Lucrative China Offer

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Ekun Samuel, 14 January 2017 It all seems football is all about playing for the money and no longer the hunger and challenge to win in a competitive League. Oscar who left Chelsea in a £60m deal was the first to admit to money been the motivation for his move to China, something Jamie Carragher labelled as embarrassing. China have seem to be getting the better off of Chelsea in a relatively good bargain as a host of their players have been seen heading to China in a lucrative deals. The likes of Anelka, Didier Drogba, Ramires, and recently John Obi Mikel and Oscar. The search light has now been beamed on Chelsea’s own hitman Diego Costa, as last week a reported bid of £80m was offered to Chelsea in order to persuade the Roman Army to sell. But Chelsea bluntly refuse to succumb to the tempting offer, as they are in the building process of a formidable team, and Costa has been the one leading the front line for the Blues Army. Diego Costa has been the front line Commodore for Antonio Conte’s team this season, scoring 14 goals for the Blues this season, which makes him the Leagues top leading scorer. And more so, most of his goals has been decisive in winning games for Chelsea this season. It has been reported Costa has missed three of Chelsea’s training sessions, and has been left out of the squad travelling to the King Power stadium as a result of a row with two fitness coach, which Conte stepped in as the row ended with Conte saying Conte then stepped in and, with the Italian shouting: “Go to China!” Chelsea are looking to make a comeback after a setback defeat to Tottenham Hotspur who halt their winning streak at White Hart Lane last weekend. This is coming as no doubt a big blow for Chelsea, as Costa who has proven to be the front line Commodore for the Roman Army has been in terrific form terrorising defenders and defenses. Speculation sparked more as Diego Costa’s agent Jorge Mendes had a meeting with chairman Shu Yuhui, pictured being given a signed Cristiano Ronaldo shirt by the super agent, has increased concerns that the Spain international could be on the verge of a switch to the Far East. Tianjin Quanjian are willing to offer  Costa £570,000 to become the next high profile player from Europe to join the Chinese Super League, more than three times of what he currently earns at Chelsea. If he eventually moves, he would become the Worlds second highest paid player behind Carlos Tevez who receives £650,000. If Diego Costa eventually leaves, would Chelsea still be capable of contending for the League title?
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