Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa would triple his wages if he decides to join Liverpool, says Spanish newspaper Marca.
The paper reports that Portugese agent Jorge Mendes is shopping Diego Costa around English Premier League clubs, touting that Diego Costa’s release clause is just £21.7million. The Brazilian striker is being chased by Liverpool, who have offered the player the opportunity to triple his wages by moving to Anfield. But whether the player decides to leave or not, we’ll have to wait and see. If a substantial offer comes in, Atletico would be tempted to let him go since he has only two years left on his contract.
Here are today’s world soccer news headlines:
- Liverpool target Diego Costa will triple his wages if he moves to England — Marca
- Gareth Bale absent for Tottenham amid Real Madrid move talk — BBC Sport
- Details for Everton meet-and-greet in Miami — Everton FC
- Barcelona’s Cesc Fabregas ‘to make Manchester United choice’ — BBC Sport
- Hull City transfer analysis: Bargains, great escapes and midfield possibilities — Here Is The City
- Referee Phil Dowd shows off weight loss — The Mail
- Interview with Fulham owner Shahid Khan — Cottagers Confidential
- Jose Mourinho believes Gareth Bale will succeed at Real Madrid — Metro
- Steven Gerrard says he turned down move to Bayern Munich to stay at Liverpool — Independent
- The reports of Umbro’s demise are greatly exaggerated — True Colours
Scottish Professional Football League
- PSG youngsters Abdelrafik Gerard and Arnaud Honore training with Sheffield Wednesday — Sky Sports
- Top 10: Why the Football League is better than the Premier League — Metro
- Barça’s cool lettering v Santos was designed by girl with Down Syndrome — 101GG
- Real Madrid are €590m in debt so how do they get round Uefa’s Financial Fair Play rules? — The Observer
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