Premier League champion Chelsea reached an agreement with Spanish giant Atletico Madrid on Thursday for want away Diego Costa.
After the dramatization at Chelsea with manager Antonio Conte, the Spanish striker demanded he’s not angry with the club and the fans. Talking with the Splash News when asked about Conte’s treatment in west London he said;
“There’s nothing of the sort there, I’m not upset with anybody, I have no bitterness towards anyone. Everything is cool.”
The two clubs have concurred a charge around £53million for the 28-year-old, who might not be qualified to play for the La Liga side until January.
Costa has not played for Chelsea this season as well, as he endeavored to constrain a move back to Spain.
Costa was speaking at an airport in Sao Paulo as he finally prepares to return to Europe.
Asked if he had a message for the supporters he is leaving behind at Stamford Bridge, Costa said:
“Everybody knows how much I love the fans.”