Diego Costa could be sold


Chinese Super League club Tianjin Quanjian have made a fresh move to land Chelsea striker Diego Costa this summer. "We expect the best", he told sina.com when asked about the club renewing their interest in the Chelsea star.

It may well be more than just a coincidence that Costa's drop off came after speculation of a move to China in January, as the goals started to dry up after Antonio Conte dropped him for the trip to Leicester City.

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And Yuhui suggested that his club will continue to try and tempt top players to join his club, saying: "We have high standards [in buying foreign players] and those players prefer top clubs such as Bayern Munich and Real Madrid. It's safe to say that we have the same transfer targets as those illustrious clubs". Their asking price for Big Rom may be outrageous as well (like £100m outrageous), but if we can finance most of that with Costa's fee, it suddenly looks a lot less outrageous.

But with Super League clubs allowed to sign players again from June 19, Tianjin have again stepped up their interest in the Spain worldwide having been linked with a move for the 28-year-old before the start of the season when they brought in both Pato and Witsel.

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Tianjin are seventh in the Chinese Super League table after five games.

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Tianjin, coached by Italy's World Cup-winning former captain Fabio Cannavaro, won promotion to China's top flight in October.