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Diego Costa Casts Further Doub On Chelsea Future With Ligue 1 Transfer Talks

Chelsea striker has once again fueled rumours about his future after claiming that he would like to experience playing in the at some stage.

Costa has been linked with big money moves away from the , with Chinese Super League also a legitimate option for the 28-year-old.

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Costa has been in terrific form for the Blues, having scored 17 goals in the , helping them to the top of the table.

A mega money move from a CSL outfit in January nearly strained his relationship with boss .

The Spaniard also revealed recently how he tried to force a move back to in the summer, but had to go back to Conte with his tail between his legs.

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Costa has now set Ligue 1 as his next possible destination after setting alight the top tiers of English and Spanish football.

“It’s true that Marseille has a great project and is growing up,” Costa told Telefoot.

“I’m very happy with Chelsea, but in football everything can happen, and if we have to change, is a place where I’ve never been to I never played, so why not.”

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“Everyone knows that [] is a respected team in Europe. Monaco also has a great project and great players.”

However, the Blues star is currently focusing on winning the domestic titles with Chelsea and securing a place on ’s World Cup squad for next years World Cup.

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The Blues are currently 10-points clear at the top of the Premier League and look oncourse for yet another domestic title, while also already in the FA Cup semi-finals.

Costa is chasing the Golden Boot as he lags ehind Everton’s by four goals.

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