Diego Costa agree to look for a new club and leave Chelsea.

Chelsea striker, Diego Costa says he has been told by manager Antonio Conte that he does not have a future at Stamford Bridge.

“I had a simple little message on my mobile from Conte in which he said that he isn’t counting on me for next season,” Costa told
the media following Spain’s 2-2 friendly draw with Colombia on Wednesday.

Costa made it known to the media that he had forwarded the message to other team mates at the club so they could help him decide.

“It will be because I’ve done badly this year. It’s a shame. I’ve forwarded the message on to the people at the club for them to decide but it’s clear that the coach isn’t counting on me and he doesn’t want me there” he said.

He furthered that he is presently highly looking for a new team, and finalised that if a coach does not want a player, he should leave.

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“I’m on the market and so I’m looking for a team. If the coach doesn’t want you, you have to leave,” he concluded.