It's international week with country's seeking to secure a spot in Russa for the World Cup, but a certain Diego Costa continues to do the rounds in the transfer rumour mills.
While Spain gear up for the international friendly with France, the Chelsea frontman caught up with French outlet Telefoot.
The Spaniard spoke on a range of topics from Karim Benzema's omission from the national team to AS Monaco's wonderkid Kylian Mbappe.
(Costa rampaging his way through the Greek defence in typical Costa fashion. Image: PA)
Not to mention revealing that he'd leave Chelsea to play in France's Ligue 1.
Last week, Costa confessed that he tried to broker a transfer back to Spain with Atletico Madrid until it ultimately failed, prompting him to stay in West London.
Though he's once again reignited his possible transfer away from the Premier League leaders with his latest comments.
"Playing in France? Why not!"
Wile chiming in on the Real Madrid striker. "For the good of football, Benzema should be in the team of France":
Following his heroics for Monaco in the Champions League, the 18-year-old has been the talk of the town with a bunch of top clubs already monitoring his situation.
And Costa is clearly impressed, too. "Mbappe is a phenomenon, it is really very hard, he has everything to become a great player."
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