- Diego Costa has been rumoured to be on a mission to join Premier League side Wolves
- The Spain international has had series of injuries, suspension and row with Diego Simeone
- Costa previously had a three-year spell with Chelsea, winning two EPL titles and one FA Cup
Diego Costa has been sensationally linked to make a return to the English Premier League this summer.
It is understood that the Atletico Madrid striker is ready to make a swoop to join top English side Wolves ahead of the coming season.
The 30-year-had a successful spell with Chelsea from 2014 to 2017 before returning to Atletico for a second spell after being told by Antonio Conte he was surplus to requirement at Stamford Bridge.
Costa has been linked with a move away from the Wanda Metropolitano this summer following the mega money signing of Portuguese starlet Joao Felix and Alvaro Morata from Chelsea.
He is a client of super-agent Jorge Mendes - a man known to have incredibly close links to Wolves and owners Fosun.
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The former Sporting Braga forward was handed an eight-match ban after insulting the referee during Atletico's 2-0 loss to Barcelona at Camp Nou, with just two matches left to play.
He was also involved in a spat with coach Diego Simeone when he refused to attend training session after the suspension.
And a move to the Molineux to play under Nuno Espirito Santo who earned an Europa League spot with the Wanderers last season will bring an exciting striking partnership with Raul Jimenez.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Mohamed Salah has refused to commit his future to Liverpool which has suggested a possible switch to Real Madrid.
The Egypt international was asked after the Reds defeated Tottenham in last season's Champions League final by Spanish media outfit Movistar and he said: “Now I cannot talk about my future.”
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