Odds Slashed On Diego Costa Joining Wolves This Summer
Wolves have been linked with a sensational move for Diego Costa whose odds to join the Premier League team have been dramatically slashed to 4/1.
:eyes: Diego Costa is 4/1 to join Wolves
:scream: Him & Jimenez linking up next season would surely end any hope Arsenal & Man Utd had of getting in the Top 4 pic.twitter.com/h1moxPNTSX
- ODDSbible (@ODDSbible) July 8, 2019
The 30-year-old remains subject to intense transfer speculation with the player heavily linked with a return to England's top flight.
Everton have expressed an interest in signing the Spain international, and it appears Wolves are also in the mix to sign him from Atletico Madrid.
Costa's agent Jorge Mendes has confirmed that his client has had offers to return to England.
"Diego has had numerous offers to return back to England but only one has stood out," he said.
His days in Madrid appear to be numbered with a move back to England on the cards.
Costa potentially joining Nuno Espírito Santo's outfit has got fans talking. Here's some reaction from social media:
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Diego Costa heading to either Wolves or Everton is something to be scared about.
- JEEZY. (@OdianosenEtomi) July 8, 2019
DIEGO COSTA > Wolves! :fire:♂️
I really hope this happens, he was an incredible figure for the Premier League, he scored goals, he always had ambitions & more importantly he DIDNT like Tottenham. #Wolves #DiegoCosta
- JDFootball (@JDHWriting) July 8, 2019
Some Wolves fans saying Diego Costa wouldn't fit in our team / isn't a Nuno sort of player. If a player of that quality becomes available you make him fit. #wwfc
- David Gill (@David_gill14) July 8, 2019
Costa enjoyed a prolific spell with Chelsea from 2014 to 2017.
He scored a combined 52 league goals across three seasons as he won an impressive two league titles.
Wolves have already shelled out big cash for a striker this summer. They snapped up Raul Jimenez on a permanent deal following his superb loan spell last season in a transfer worth £34 million.
Will Costa ply his trade at Molineux next season? Watch this space.
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