Abramovich won't be a problem in Costa saga

Current Chelsea striker Diego Costa recently announced his desire to depart from Stamford Bridge, after he made public Antonio Conte's wish to sell the striker, but the Blues will not let the Spain international leave for nothing, as club owner and Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich will be keen to recuperate most of the 38 million euros he shelled out for the striker.
Abramovich will put his trust in Conte to deal with this task appropriately and the Italian coach even cancelled his holiday plans to meet the Russian in an attempt to resolve this situation.
Costa's dream of becoming a Rojiblanco once again still seems promising but it ultimately falls down to Conte, who has the backing and support of his owner as he prepares to conclude this issue ahead of his club's first training date on July 3.
If Conte agrees to sell, which is looking likely, the 28-year-old will be hoping he can leave club at the very latest date of August 6, before Chelsea face Arsenal in the Community Shield.
Conte could decide to field the striker if he has yet to leave, preventing the Brazilian-born player from joining a bridge club prior to his potential move to Atletico.
According to FIFA regulations, Costa is able to sign for three different clubs during a season, but crucially, he would only be eligible to play for two of the teams.
Both Costa and Chelsea will be looking to put an end to this saga in the coming weeks.
Source: All Football

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