Everybody now want to have a say on the “crisis” between Chelsea and Diego Costa.
This time is the Spanish striker who “scores a point” as former Blues manager Ruud Gullit blames Antonio Conte for the current situation.
“It’s a little bit strange that you hear at the end of the season that you’re not welcome, and now he’s training somewhere in Brazil and that’s not good for Costa, not good for the club, not good for anyone”. – Gullit told BBC Five Live – “It was not very wise to do. You don’t do that. I think it is a mistake by Conte and I hope that he has learnt from it. He still has the possibility to do something about it, just got to him and say, ‘I’m sorry that I did it, you have to come back, we will talk’. You need to see each other face to face. You don’t need to like each other, but you need to respect each other. If he doesn’t want to come back then you have to find the best solution for the club.”