Best tweets as Chelsea reach £32m agreement with Atletico Madrid for Diego Costa
- Updated: May 12, 2014
It appears Diego Costa will grace the Premier League this season, after Atletico Madrid accepted a £32m bid from Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea.
The highly rated striker will give Jose Mourinho the world class striker he has craved so badly this season.
The timing is a little strange with Atletico due to play in the Champions League final a week after their title decider against Barcelona.
Diego Costa was trending on Twitter and we collated some of the best tweets for you lucky readers.
SKY: Chelsea agree £32m fee with Atlético for Diego Costa. Release clause activated: pic.twitter.com/624ZkjYwzk
— Sam (@samuelj29060) May 12, 2014
Costa to CFC: - They'll love him - Everyone else will hate - So then they'll love him more - So then everyone else will hate him more
— Nooruddean (@BeardedGenius) May 12, 2014
Diego Costa will give Suárez a run for his money as the most hated in the Premier League. Heh.
— Rafael Hernández (@RafaelH117) May 12, 2014
— Francois Piraux (@F8Piraux) May 12, 2014
Costa’s attitude and commitment to his team’s cause is faultless. He'll cover every blade of grass ten times over, bullying defenders.
— Zarár. (@TacticallyInept) May 12, 2014
Diego Costa's move being made public while his club is on the verge of most historic week in its history. Ridiculous.
— Aaron (@TottenhamKing69) May 12, 2014
£32M is Costa's buyout clause which means NO inclusion of Thibaut Courtois in the deal, in trying to stay calm. (And failing.)
— ParkedTheBus (@ParkedTheBus) May 12, 2014
Not even bothered about Costa's transfer. Chelsea destroys strikers. He'll score 9 goals next season playing Mourinho's defensive football.
— The Stebie (@THELFCCHRONICLE) May 12, 2014
The media/FA are going to hate us even more with Diego Costa… I cannot wait.
— TweetChelseaFC (@TweetChelseaFC) May 12, 2014
£32m for Costa is a bargain on form of last two years. But, as with Falcao, one slight caveat: that explosion kind of came from nowhere.
— Rory Smith (@RorySmithTimes) May 12, 2014