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Diego Costa goes over the first words he said to John Terry

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When a footballer arrives at a new club it’s safe to assume the first thing he might say to his teammates goes along the lines of ‘hello, how are you?’ or perhaps ‘what lovely facilities you have here’. After all, strip away the mega millions and they’re just humans. Well, an extract that has surfaced from Diego Costa’s upcoming biography reveals that the Spain international doesn’t do things by the book. It’s said his first words upon meeting John Terry, Branislav Ivanovic and Gary Cahill were ‘I go to war, you come with me’. Unsurprisingly it’s not detailed how the trio reacted, but it’s safe to say they were bemused Moving on and Everton have rejected Chelsea’s second bid for John Stones. It’s said the Blues re-entered negotiations with an offer worth £25million. It appears though that Roberto Martinez’s resolve is firmer than Jose Mourinho anticipated.

Topics:
Branislav Ivanovic
Gary Cahill
Everton
Jose Mourinho
Chelsea
Roberto Martinez
John Terry
Football
Diego Costa

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