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Should Chelsea cash in on wantaway Costa?

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 By David Amoyal

Rumours rated: Diego Costa to China? Memphis Depay to leave Man United?

Janusz Michallik delves into the latest January transfer rumours, featuring Sami Khedira's potential move to NYCFC.

How do you separate transfer fact from fiction? With the January transfer window now open, David Amoyal looks at some of the current rumours and predicts how likely it is that the proposed moves actually happen.

Diego Costa to Tianjin Quanjian in January: 15 percent

After signing Axel Witsel, the Chinese club has set their sights on the Chelsea striker. But unlike his former teammate Oscar, Diego Costa is an integral player in Conte's system, and his departure would have a significant impact...

A Diego Costa return to Atletico Madrid is ideal for all, but unlikely

FC's Stewart Robson and Paul Mariner have differing opinions on how Diego Costa's teammates will view him after his absence.

Back in the summer, with Atletico Madrid in desperate need of adding firepower, they sensed there was an opportunity that could not be missed. Diego Costa had just endured a difficult second season with Chelsea. He looked fed up, had not settled into life in London and was exasperated with the weather. For all intents and purposes it seemed a deal was imminent that could be perfect for all parties involved.

Atleti's pursuit was a public one, much to Chelsea's annoyance. Los Rojiblancos president...

 By Michael Cox

Eden Hazard, Roberto Firmino and Christian Eriksen: The PL's key players

Alexis Nunes and Janusz Michallik look at their picks for the key players of the top five teams in the Prem this season.

With four months of the Premier League season remaining, there's everything to play for at both ends of the table: a single point separates the bottom four, and six sides are still in the running for the four Champions League places.

Who will be each side's decisive player between now and May? Here's our pick for every team.

Chelsea: Diego Costa has dominated the headlines for both positive and negative reasons, but Eden Hazard has been absolutely magnificent this season. Few other Premier League...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Yaya Toure declines big offers in China in favour of Premier League stay

Brian McBride and Ross Dyer delve into the latest January transfer rumours.

The winter transfer window is now in full swing! As usual, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to which rumours are picking up steam. Check out all the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: Toure turns down China for Prem stay

Yaya Toure wants to stay in the Premier League even if Manchester City do want to bring him back this summer, according to multiple reports that said the midfielder turned down an enormous contract from China.

The 33-year-old rebuffed interest from the...

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Trending: Diego Costa back training with Chelsea first team

Ian Darke thinks it's probable that Chelsea will relieve tensions with Diego Costa and continue unscathed.
Alison Bender and Gab Marcotti discuss whether moving to the Chinese Super League would be the right move for Diego Costa.
Paul Mariner assesses Diego Costa's souring situation at Chelsea and how the club will move forward.

Here are the latest stories for Tuesday.

CHELSEA: Chelsea striker Diego Costa has rejoined training with the rest of the first-team squad, according to reports.

JUVENTUS: Italian champions Juventus revealed a new club crest Monday night, doing away with their famous symbol of a charging bull.

- Sami Khedira has said Juventus need to stop living in the past and must forget about Paul Pogba.

NETHERLANDS: Louis van Gaal is planning on retiring from coaching for family reasons,...

 By Mark Worrall

Antonio Conte will remind reintegrated Diego Costa who's boss at Chelsea

Ian Darke thinks it's probable that Chelsea will relieve tensions with Diego Costa and continue unscathed.
Paul Mariner assesses Diego Costa's souring situation at Chelsea and how the club will move forward.

Having spent Monday training on his own at Chelsea's Cobham facility while the rest of the first team had a day off, Tuesday saw surly Blues striker Diego Costa assimilated back into the fold by manager Antonio Conte.

Both men will have had plenty of time to think since Friday's heated exchange between the pair that led to Costa being dropped for Chelsea's game with Leicester City, and it will be Conte's call this week to decide whether or not to restore the 28-year old to his starting XI for...