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Odds slashed on Diego Costa moving to AC Milan this summer

| 08.06.2017

Diego Costa could be set to swap Stamford Bridge for the San Siro, according to the latest odds.

We’ve slashed odds on the Spaniard joining AC Milan from 8/1 this morning into just 11/10.

Costa spoke publicly this week, revealing that Chelsea and Antonio Conte have informed him that he no longer features in their plans.

A move to the Chinese Super League remains the forward’s most likely destination at Evens.

As for who replaces Costa at Chelsea, our traders are no longer taking bets on Romelu Lukaku returning to West London.

But if isn’t the Belgian, then Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez is 4/1 to make a cross-city switch.

And speaking of Sanchez, he’s 6/5 to join Manchester City.

But odds of 16/1 for the Chilean and Sergio Aguero to swap clubs this summer suggests the Gunners are set to lose out.

A Ladbrokes spokesperson said: “China’s limit on foreign players plus Atletico’s transfer bans has thrown spanners in Costa’s plans.

“But AC Milan need a headline signing, and Costa has made it clear Chelsea don’t want him anymore.”

Wherever Costa ends up, odds of 2/7 to leave this summer make it pretty clear he won’t be a Chelsea player next term.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Diego Costa odds

Diego Costa to leave Chelsea this summer – 2/7

Diego Costa next club

Any Chinese Super League – Evens

AC Milan – 11/10

Atletico Madrid – 3/1

Monaco – 12/1

Any UAE club – 12/1

PSG – 16/1

Marseille – 18/1

Alexis Sanchez next club

Man City – 6/5

Bayern Munich – 7/2

Chelsea – 4/1

Real Madrid – 12/1

PSG – 14/1

Monaco – 16/1

Barcelona – 20/1

Alexis Sanchez and Sergio Aguero to swap clubs this summer – 16/1

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.