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Chelsea back down on Diego Costa move

12 Septembre 2017

Chelsea aren't budging and whilst Marca say a deal for Costa's transfer to Atletico Madrid "should be closed this week", they also believe it will be for around the headline figure of €60m.

Spanish newspaper Marca reported that on Monday, the two clubs were negotiating a 60million euros (£54m) fee for the 28-year-old forward.

The Blues have now however chose to talk figures with Atletico, and while the full details of the deal have yet to be made available, it's believed that they will eventually close an agreement to transfer the player for a fee of €60m - a club record for Atletico.

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Costa was told by manager Antonio Conte over the summer that he was not needed for the new campaign in London, and as a result the player flew back to his home in Brazil to spend his time there.

The expected transfer fee is expected to be in the region of €60m (£54m) - which would make the Spain global Atletico's most expensive ever signing.

According to Marca, the Premier League champions have so far been refusing to sanction Costa's desired return to Atletico as they want him to come back to the United Kingdom to train with the reserves.

Chelsea back down on Diego Costa move