Asmir Begovic urges Chelsea to reconcile with Diego Costa

Hope Soto
June 13, 2017

Costa also revealed about his worn out relationship with Conte.

Romelu Lukaku has been linked with a Stamford Bridge return but his tally of only one goal more than Costa in the period of time since he departed the club, coupled with the question marks over his commitment in big games, makes the suggested fee for the Belgian seem a little steep.

He added: "Chelsea's a top club, they want to keep the top players".

Insigne scored 18 goals in Serie A last season and registered another nine assists as Napoli finished just five points behind champions Juventus in third place.

Jorge Mendes has done nothing to dampen rumours that Diego Costa may be on his way to AC Milan.

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Having been told by Blues Coach Antonio Conte he was no longer in first-team plans at Stamford Bridge, the Spanish worldwide had said he could re-join Atletico Madrid this summer and be immediately loaned out.

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has intimated the 28-year-old will not be a part of his plans going forward, with the Blues heavily linked with a move for former Stamford Bridge star Romelu Lukaku, who now plies his trade at Everton. He was offered a chance to move to China in January, something that Chelsea rejected, and he recently ruled out moving there.

"Thanks to God I'm not lacking teams (to join)".

When asked about his future at the club, the 28-year-old told Spanish television: "I don't know". If they sell me, I will look for the best choice.

Perhaps this is the summer it happens, but that would be very complicated as they can't register any new players until January 2018 due to a Federation Internationale de Football Association transfer ban. "Atletico is a club that I have a lot of affection for, independently of whether I go there or not, I will continue to love them".

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