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  • #1381177

    CFC1905
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    Don’t know if there is any truth in the story but it certainly makes sense. Apparently we are opening up talks with Diego to offer him an extended contract with a pay rise of circa 50k per week

    Have to say that assuming that Conte will see out his contract, and possibly extend it assuming we continue to do well, then it does seem as though Diego enjoys playing for him and in his formation so it is the obvious thing to do (IMO)

    Guess that would leave a question mark over Michy as he may feel that he does not have much of a future at Chelsea but on the assumption that once we return to Europe we will remain in Europe then I could easily see Michy getting many more opportunities than he has had so far this year

    Regardless, based on current form it is abundantly clear that Diego is the main man and we should do all we can to keep him for as long as possible. KTBFFH

    #1381471

    nine nine nine
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    100% agree 1905 especially now Conte has calmed him down a tad.

    Is there currently a better all round striker in Europe? I’m not sure there is.

    #1381597

    Trebor
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    well Messi and Ronaldo are still scoring freely every game but then again the opposition is obviously far easier

    #1383175

    nine nine nine
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    Reports in the press suggest that Costa has told teammates that he intends to accept a new £200k pw contract offer from Chelsea???

    #1383346

    CFC1905
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    I think that Costa is settled and more than happy playing under Conte so I would fully expect him to sign a contract extension. KTBFFH

    #1383379

    Amz
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    He just needs to start learning to speak English 🙂

    #1387384

    Chelsea.man
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    As much as credit is given to Antonio Conte for turning Costa’s form and cleaning up his disciplinary record. i feel equally credit goes to Guus Hiddink as he turned Costa up to play as proper CF. Hiddink has done some great job about Costa and Hazard. and Conte has carried from there. both managers deserve equal credit. but Conte has gone far by sorting Courtois, the CM and the defence.

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