Diego Costa closing in on Milan loan until January when he would join former club Atletico Madrid
Diego Costa's limbo at Stamford Bridge has all the earmarks of being nearing a conclusion with reports guaranteeing the Spain forward is near concurring an arrangement that will see him line up for AC Milan until next January.
The Chelsea striker is surplus to necessities at Stamford Bridge with Antonio Conte having educated him before in the mid year that he is not in his plans and Costa is certain that he just has one goal as a main priority for a lasting move Atlético Madrid.
However Credit must be given to the Spanish striker as the 25year old was Chelsea highest goal scorer last season,though he scored majority of the goals in the first half of the season before he began to fade.
In any case, the Liga club's exchange boycott implies that Costa should hold up until 2018 to finish a move back to his previous side.
The Stamford Bridge load up are anxious to get Costa off the wage charge and the player does not have any desire to burn through a half year in dry dock with the World Cup in Russia under a year away, leaving the two gatherings requiring an answer before the present window closes.
Milan have developed as a suitor willing to give Costa a brief home as the Serie A side keep on rebuilding under new possession.