Diego Costa announces his move to Wolverhampton in style.
As a former player for Chelsea in the Premier League, the Spanish international is quite familiar with the competition. He has reached a deal with the Wolves that will last until the conclusion of the season.
Wolverhampton, a club in the English Premier League, announced on Monday that Spanish international striker Diego Costa, who was free of any contract, has signed a deal to play with the club until the end of the current campaign.
After winning a double championship in England with Chelsea when he was 33 years old, Costa moved back to Brazil, his home country, to play for Atletico Mineiro during the previous two seasons when he was not bound to any contract. If he is successful in resolving several administrative requirements promptly, he will have the opportunity to be lined up on Saturday for the reception of Manchester City, which will be a part of the eighth day.
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Wolves are now ranked 14th in the Premier League after six rounds and have scored three goals, making their attack the poorest in the league. Costa has the potential to revitalize the team’s attacking sector. His recruitment came after the Austrian national team striker Sasa Kalajdzic, who had been signed for 18 million euros in Stuttgart, had knee ligament damage in his first game with Wolverhampton, which was played against Southampton. This led to his transfer to Wolverhampton.
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