Chelsea made wrong decision when sold €60m-rated attacker

Chelsea made a wrong decision when they sold Diego Costa and now Blues have serious problems in attack. Alvaro Morata is in terrible form and Olivier Giroud already 31-year-old. Maurizio Sarri started to search for their replacement and Italian manager probably would be satisfied if Spain international stayed in London.

Antonio Conte was the main initiator of selling him and this situation is his false. Diego returned to Atletico Madrid from Chelsea during the winter with a €66m deal. He is one of the best strikers in Europe and unchanged figure for the club. Last season Costa played 22 games, scored 8 goals and made 4 assists in all competition. This is an excellent result and he can improve his consequences in this campaign. The 30-year-old won the Europa League and also named in Furia Roja squad for the Mundial which is already a big success for the footballer.

Spanish centre-forward is contracted with La Liga giants until 2021 and his release clause is nearly €60m. His price could increase during this season and become much more. Diego helped the London club to win the Premier League as he was a real leader for Chelsea but despite this, Conte decided to sell the player and add his replacement.