Striker Diego Costa is happy during Chelsea and will see out a remaining 3 years on his contract, manager Jose Mourinho has said.
Costa, who scored 20 times for a Premier League Champions final term, has struggled for goals this campaign, scoring 4 in 19 games in all competitions for a club.
He recently apologised for throwing a training bib in a instruction of his manager after being left on a dais as an new surrogate opposite Tottenham Hotspur on Nov. 29.
Speaking to a Spanish radio hire final week, Costa left a doorway open on a probable lapse to his former bar Atletico Madrid, though Mourinho changed to stifle conjecture that a 27-year-old was set for a beforehand exit from Stamford Bridge.
“He is happy here, he likes to be here,” a Portuguese told reporters forward of Monday’s Premier League strife opposite third-placed Leicester City.
“He has we consider 3 some-more years on his contract. we see him staying during Chelsea for 3 some-more years, no problem.”
“He pronounced that in football, we never know.
“Atletico is a good club, Madrid is a good city, La Liga is a really good joining so because should a actor who is 27 years aged not consider that in football it is probable to be back?
“I don’t see that as a problem.”
Chelsea, who are 16th in a list and a indicate above a relegation zone, will be looking to make justification for their startle 1-0 home better by Bournemouth on Dec. 5 when they line adult opposite Leicester during a King Power Stadium.