Diego Costa has told Atletico Madrid he wants to sign for them again.
The Chelsea striker revealed on June 8 that he had gotten a message from Manager Antonio Conte disclosing to him he was not in his plans at Stamford Bridge for next season.
In the event that Costa moved back to Atletico he would not have the capacity to play until January in light of the fact that FIFA has restricted them from registering players amid this Transfer window.
Costa, 28, scored 20 goals in 35 League appearances in their title effort last season,
The London club signed Costa from Atletico three years back for £32m when Jose Mourinho was manager.
Taking after Spain’s 2-2 draw with Colombia toward the start of the month, Costa stated: “I’m a Chelsea player, however they don’t need me there.
“Antonio Conte has let me know by message that I don’t take after at Chelsea and that is it. Conte said he didn’t depend on me for next season.
“It’s a disgrace, I’ve as of now sent the message to Chelsea people to decide. In any case, unmistakably the coach does not rely on me and does not need me there.”
The Spain international has constantly expressed a yearning to one day come back to Atletico where he played between 2010-2014.
Conte over and again said amid the season he couldn’t ensure Costa would stay, yet Conte kept on picking his top scorer in the Premier League finale.
Costa missed Chelsea’s trip to Leicester in