Chelsea fought hard to keep Diego Costa during the January transfer window, and the club will most likely to that again as rumours with a big money offer coming from China are back again.
Tianjin Quanjia admitted to making a move for Costa and their billionaire owner Shu Yuhui has said money is no object for them in the summer transfer window.
Costa’s transfer talks haven’t yet gone according to plans, as the 28-year-old wants Chelsea to match the mind-boggling sums on offer in China before he considers committing his future to the Blues.
Costa accepted in January that he will to stay at Chelsea until the end of the season, but The Sun claim his future is far from certain, with China ready to give him a sum of £38 million in his first season in China.
The Chinese Super League transfer window closed on Tuesday, but they will be back for Costa in the summer.
Costa has led Chelsea’s title charge this season with 16 goals, and the Blues are ready to keep at the club beyond the summer.
Time will tell how this pans out.