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Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Chelsea Treated Me Like A Criminal – Diego Costa


Diego Costa has blamed Chelsea FC for treating him like a "criminal", in a blunt daily paper talk with which will develop the rupture with the Premier League club. 

The striker is looking for a move back to Spain in the exchange window. 

He has not played for Chelsea since the FA Cup last in May, following which he asserts administrator Antonio Conte sent him a content, revealing to him he was not in his gets ready for the new season. 

Costa was met at home in Brazil around the same time Chelsea lost their opening Premier League amusement to Burnley and said he was declining the club's request to come back to play with the stores. 

"They need me to be there preparing with the stores. I wouldn't be enabled access to the principal group changing area and I would have no contact at all with the folks," he told the Daily Mail. 

"I'm not a criminal! I don't think it is reasonable after all I have done to be dealt with like that." 

The Brazilian-conceived Spain global, who joined Chelsea from Atletico Madrid in 2014, said if the club did not enable him to move before the exchange window he was set up to see out his agreement unpaid in Brazil. 

"I am interested in being a year in Brazil without playing, regardless of the possibility that Chelsea fine me for a year and don't pay me. 

"I'll return more grounded. In the event that I was in the wrong, I'd backpedal now and do as is commonly said. 

"I need the arrangement with Atletico settled for the current month. My thought is go to Madrid, prepare there, get in the best physical shape and be prepared to flame in front of the World Cup." 

The circumstance is entangled by the way that Atletico are at present restricted from marking players in this window in spite of the fact that an advance arrangement would be conceivable. 

Costa's association with Conte seems to have separated despite the fact that the Brazilian acknowledges the Italian "is a decent mentor". 

A week ago Conte said there was "no news" on the Costa circumstance yet prior this mid year said the "circumstance is shut."

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