Cesc contemplates one hundred and one games with Spain. He is happy and enjoys wearing the red shirt of the national team, he has confessed he is a Chelsea player and proud to walk through the center of the Spanish capital, where he received the affection of the spanish people. “It’s been 10 years. I am sure if you asked the fans about players who have reached the 100 games mark, few will remember me. There are many parties, many calls and many titles also. I feel happiness from the first day I arrived here and I am still feeling it” Cesc remembers that one hundred more games with the champion of Europe.
Looks like the deal is already done. Diego Costa said in goal.com, his future will be in London. “I always wanted to play in the Premier League. Chelsea are one of the best teams in the world and if all goes well, will be the team in which I will play next season.”
The striker of Atletico Madrid is defending the colors of the Spanish team still talks openly about his decision to leave the “colchonero” “Why have I chosen to play for Chelsea? It is a thing that is about to occur. The things are going in one direction, and if they keep going as they are, is the team in which he will play next season. ”
Costa knows that adaptation to English football will not be easy. “I’ll have to work hard to fit in with the style of the Premier League.”
The controversial decision
He also talked about the World Cup and the controversial decision he had to make by picking Red. “I had the right to choose so that the public also has the right booing.”
While Costa does not seem too concerned about the hostile environment towards him. “In Spain I passed all stages, so I’m pretty used to it.”
Jose Mourinho will be Chelsea’s boss next season. The Portuguese coach will terminate his adventure at Real Madrid on June 30 and will return to England to face a second spell leading the Blues.
The Portuguese coach has already told his inner circle that the agreement with Chelsea has been completed. His new landing place was the only thing left to be seen, because his departure had been all but a given since late last year. Continue reading Mourinho leaves for Chelsea→
French club Paris Saint-Germain has rejected Real Madrid’s bid for their current boss, Carlo Ancelotti. According to PSG president Nasser al-Khelaifi, the Spanish club had contacted him to speak with the coach, a request he quickly denied.
“I told them: ‘If you want to have Carlo, you need to know that he has a year left on his contract, so please respect the contract,'” he was quoted by FoxSports.com. “”He apologised and told me he had thought Ancelotti’s contract was expiring but I told him that was wrong and that Carlo has another year with us. He told me they would take that into account.”
The claim makes clear Real Madrid have realised the small chance they have to retain Mourinho, as he’s all but confirmed reports he will be heading back to his former club, Chelsea. The relationship between Mourinho and the club has soured in the past few weeks, as an embarrassing exit from the Champions League by Borussia Dortmund was followed by a public falling out with club stars Iker Casillas and Pepe.
Current Chelsea boss Rafa Benitez and Spurs coach André Villas-Boas are favorites along with Ancelotti to take the job.