Diego Costa hit with two-week fine on wages by Chelsea

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Antonio Conte's decision to exile Diego Costa is threatening to damage his strong bonds with other Chelsea players.

Sky sources understand that Chelsea expect Diego Costa to return the club and train, as per the terms of his contract.

"They want me to be there training with the reserves".

Diego Costa has remarkably claimed he is being treated like a "criminal" by Chelsea.

Thanks to a very revealing Daily Mail interview with Diego Costa, we all know exactly what went on between Antonio Conte and the Spain global, and how Chelsea have dealt with the situation since.

According to Simon Johnson of the London Evening Standard, manager Antonio Conte still wants the 26-year-old after Juve turned down two offers from Chelsea.

"I think they need somebody at the top, probably right at the top - it's probably a job for Mr Abramovich to be honest".

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Fresh reports indicate, though, that the club are open to welcoming him back into the side, but due to the fractured relationship with Conte, it is unlikely that he would be selected.

Last week Conte said there was "no news" on the Costa situation but earlier this summer said the "situation is closed".

The Blues declined to respond to Costa's comments.

In Costa's absence, the Blues lost 3-2 to Burnley last Saturday.

However, the arrival of Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid provided further evidence to suggest that Costa has no future at Chelsea, although the club are demanding that the Spain global returns to training before he can be sold.

"It's disgraceful the way he is behaving". Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone might not be able to manage his provocative and violent behavior as effectively as Conte.

Meanwhile, Gareth Barry was set to undergo a medical at West Bromwich Albion yesterday ahead of a proposed move from Everton. "Then I don't blame him, because I would have the hump over that".

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