Copa America winners linked with shock £25m swoop for former Chelsea and Madrid star
Having not played in his homeland of Brazil since the start of his career, a transfer report in Goal is suggesting that Diego Costa could soon be about to return in a move that could total up to £25 million
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The Spanish international, now at Atletico Madrid is reportedly ‘open to the move’ to the Copa America winners Flamengo in the next transfer window – but only if the Brazilians can’t sign their current loan-star Gabriel Barbosa (on-loan from Inter Milan).
Barbosa was the cup final hero, scoring two late goals to hand Flamengo the crown of being the best club in South America, but doubts surround whether Flamengo can get a deal over the line with Antonio Conte’s Inter.
The report says that negotiations between Atletico Madrid and Flamengo for Costa have taken place so a move can happen swiftly, and former teammate (at Chelsea) Filipe Luis has spoken to Flamengo’s website to praise his former teammate, fuelling the transfer talk that he will return to Brazil in the very near future;
“He is the ideal player for Flamengo, with his style of play. The fans would take to him quickly, and I hope to be here to live this dream with him. It would be very cool.”
Having failed to live up to his form at Chelsea, Atletico are open to a transfer and would be keen to cash-in seeing as he only has one more season left on his contract.