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Posted April 13, 2017

"I am always very honest with the people around me".

Chelsea striker Diego Costa has cast more doubt on his future at Stamford Bridge by declaring that he's unhappy living in London.

The Spanish global also admitted that he told Antonio Conte he wanted to leave on the Italian's very first day in charge and that the manager was so upset that he would not even look at him as a result.

He was an instant success in England, leading Chelsea to the 2014-15 Premier League title with 20 goals in 26 appearances and being named in the PFA Team of the Year at the end of the season. "We started the game very well with great attention and focus".

"But it's not just about that, with the way we play, he is very important".

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'Is he a big-game player? Yes.

Costa has been linked with a return to Spain and with a potential move to China, while Real Madrid continue to be tipped to make a move for Hazard this summer.

"The club gives me a lot, the supporters, the team-mates". It's good to play with this pressure because it means we are fighting for titles and trying to stay up there.

Diego Costa may be going through a bit of a scoring drought lately, but as Marcos Alonso tells it, the center forward's impact is so much more than the goals he (usually) provides for the team.

NAIJ.com can report that the 28-year-old was the subject of a mega-money offer from the Chinese Super League and has made up with boss Antonio Conte after a reported bust-up in January 2017. The Mirror quotes the 28-year-old Spanish worldwide who stated in a recent interview that; "I am happy at Chelsea, I am not necessarily saying that I am happy with my life in London".