Chelsea 'confident of signing Romelu Lukaku and Tiemoue Bakayoko'

Clyde Nash
June 25, 2017

The Italian expressed similar reservations about a lack of transfer activity last summer when only four first-team players were signed, but was still able to guide Chelsea to the English Premier League title.

This effectively rules out Chelsea's preferred solution to the mess they are in with Costa.

Market transfer expert Gianluca di Marzio says Atletico Madrid will soon announce the return of Diego Costa after having reached an agreement with Chelsea.

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Despite playing a leading role in Chelsea's Premier League triumph last season, Diego Costa looks set to leave the Blues for Atletico Madrid in the coming days.

He could re-join Atletico and not play until January, as Barcelona did with Arda Turan of Atletico and Aleix Vidal of Sevilla when they were six months from the end of a similar ban. With long-serving club captain John Terry no longer in their ranks and Spanish striker Diego Costa nearly certainly departing, the champions will need to bring some big characters to the dressing room.

Costa signed for the club from Atletico in summer 2014, and is only thinking about moving back to Madrid over anywhere else. According to reports, this deal will keep the 47-year old at the Bridge till 2021.

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Chelsea might have to swallow financial losses as they subsidise Costa's wages and his value diminishes.

However, Conte seems to have already found the ideal replacement with many publications claiming that a deal for former striker Romelu Lukaku is all but done.

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