Tianjin Quanjian working to sign Diego Costa from Chelsea

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With no UEFA Champions League football at Stamford Bridge this season, winning the Premier League title under manager Antonio Conte may have been the key to convincing Costa his future lies in west London.

Chinese Super League outfit Tianjin Quanjian are reportedly working on a huge deal to sign Chelsea striker Diego Costa this summer.

Mario Mandzukic is considered likely to leave Turin at the end of the season and the Serie A champions are eager to replace him with a top quality striker. The report by the Daily Mirror claims that Costa is set to be offered a bumper deal from China, with Chelsea fearing that that has turned his head.

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If the Mail are to be believed, Costa may well be given another chance at making that move.

The 28-year-old would like to return to Atletico Madrid, where Antoine Griezmann could depart for Manchester United.

The Spain global is now in his worst run before goal since moving to Stamford Bridge having not found the rear of the net in some of his last five league matches.

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Who Real Madrid would replace Morata with is anyone's guess.

And Chinese clubs seem to have remained interested in landing Costa in the summer.

The Chinese Super League club tried to sign Costa during the January window, but their owner Shu Yuhui has confirmed that talks to take Costa to China are still continuing.

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"However, the best players want to go to clubs such as Bayern Munich or Real Madrid. And we have already made contacts with several players", he told Sina Sports. "It's safe to say that we have the same transfer targets as those illustrious clubs".

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