This season has been one I'm certain Diego Costa isn't going to forget for a long, long time. After guiding his team to the Champions League final and a fantastic chance of claiming the Spanish title, Costa will go down as a true legend at Atletico Madrid.
Scoring 28 goals - only second to Cristiano Ronaldo - represents the success he has brought to the team this year. However, is this just a good run of form or can he emulate the season he has just had with an even better one?
Well I'm sure that question will be answered in the near future as reports suggest that Chelsea and Atletico Madrid have agreed a £32 million deal for the Brazilian born striker just a couple of days ago.
Proving himself as a world class striker at the Blues would surely settle the debate on whether or not he is the real deal. Chelsea's striker curse has been ongoing ever since the era of none other than Didier Drogba and no one since has been able to live up to the excellence of the giant Ivorian. But what does Costa bring to the pitch that Eto'o, Torres, Lukaku and Ba don't?
For starters he is clinical and finishes practically every one on one. Also his physical presence, heading ability and technical skill all add up, making him one of the world's most prolific strikers at the moment. But would a move to Chelsea bring out his weaker side? Can he handle the Premier League? Has he got what it takes?
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