Diego Costa should (finally) commit well to Wolverhampton

While his transfer was close to falling through for administrative reasons, Diego Costa should indeed join Wolverhamption. According to the BBC, he will have his medical examination this Thursday with the English club.

After a little scare, Diego Costa should find a club. While The Athletic reported on Tuesday that the transfer could not be completed due to administrative problems, the BBC assured on Wednesday that the 33-year-old striker will pass his medical examination with Wolverhampton within 24 hours.

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Free since leaving Atletico Mineiro in January, Diego Costa has not found a club since. Without a contract, he is accessible for all teams who wish to offer him a contract, even outside the transfer window.

Towards a reunion with the Premier League

He would then return to England, four and a half years after the end of his very rich adventure with Chelsea between 2014 and January 2018. The Spanish international (24 caps, 10 goals) played 120 games and scored 59 goals with the Blues all competitions combined by winning three titles (two Premier League in 2015 and 2017 and a League Cup).

After leaving England, he found Atlético de Madrid (2018-2021), the other club where he revealed himself before returning to Brazil, his native country, for a six-month freelance with the Atletico Mineiro.

If Wolves did not initially have the idea of ​​recruiting an additional number 9, they quickly reviewed their plan last weekend. After less than 45 minutes played in his new colours, new Wolves striker Sasa Kalajdzic suffered a serious knee injury.

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