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SS NAPOLI - Interest in Diego Costa

07.05.2019 11.14 by Chiara Biondini  read 1283
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According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Atletico Madrid's striker, Diego Costa will leave Colchoneros, and SSC Napoli can try to sign him for the next season. He would be perfect as an alternative to Milik. Giuntoli are thinking about the chace to start a trade with Atletico, also because Diego Costa would be agree with an experience in Italy.

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