Thursday, 7 September 2017

Chelsea Remove Costa's Car From First-Team Parking Spot & Empty His Locker - Report

This won't be a happy ending
Chelsea outcast Diego Costa now seems even less likely to return to duty following a summer of self-imposed exile after the car that he had left behind at the Cobham training ground has reportedly been removed and his locker cleared out by club staff.

Costa has been sulking at his family home in Brazil ever since he received a text message from Antonio Conte in June that callously informed the player he would no longer be part of the manager's plans moving forward.

He did not report back for the start of pre-season, refused to return at all if he would be made to train away from the first-team squad, and accused the club of treating him like a "criminal."

Even with no exit possible until January, Chelsea, who are suing Costa for his unauthorised absence, look to be moving on.

According to The Sun, club bosses ordered that the Range Rover he left parked in a spot right by the main entrance to the training complex be removed.

It is said that the car has instead now been dumped in a parking space on the other side of the facility where the youth-team players arrive.

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