okbet sports Reported on September 13:
On Monday, local time, the Premier League Wolves officially announced that they had signed the 33-year-old Diego Costa on a free transfer. Diego Costa is signed to the end of the season and will wear the Number 29 shirt at Wolves.
Wolves are one of the weakest attacking teams in the Premier League this season. Wolves have played a total of 6 games so far, with the team scoring 3 goals and conceding 4. Wolves' attacking power is tied with West Ham United at the bottom of the Premier League. Wolves introduced Diego Costa at this time, apparently to improve the team's attacking power.
Diego Costa debuted in braga in the Portuguese Premier League, where he became famous at Atletico and played for Celta, Albacete, Valladolid and Vallecano. Between 2014 and 2017, Diego Costa played for Chelsea, scoring 59 goals in 120 games and winning two Premier League titles and one League Cup with the team. Diego Costa returned to Atletico in the summer of 2017, terminating his contract with Atletico on 29 December 2020. On 21 August 2021, Diego Costa joined Brazilian side Atlético Mineiro. After scoring five goals in 19 appearances, Diego Costa terminated his contract with Atlético Mineiro on 16 January 2022. After more than half a year of idleness, Diego Costa has finally found a new owner and is back in the Premier League.
"It's a top-notch club and the squad of players is outstanding. It was very important to be able to play in the Premier League again, which was obviously one of the keys that influenced my decision. I know I'll be able to adapt here more easily. Not only from a technical point of view, but also from the perspective of the ability of the players. There are a lot of Portuguese players here and it will make me adapt more smoothly. "I've always thought the Premier League is the best in the world and it's great to be back and continue to compete. The league atmosphere here is very good, the play is intense, the fans will sit all over the stadium, the stadium facilities are perfect and the players respect each other. ”
"Physically and mentally, I need two or three weeks to recover. It's normal, I haven't played in a while, but I know I can do it. Diego Costa continued, "Given the achievements of my career, I never doubted my potential. If I don't think I can recover, then I'm not going to take on the challenge because I need to be responsible for the team. Since I accepted it, it was because I believed I could contribute to the team. ”
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