Diego Costa claims Antonio Conte will not last a season at Real Madrid


Diego Costa has taken a dig on his former manager at Chelsea Antonio Conte

The Spanish striker claims Conte will not last a season as Real Madrid coach

Reports claim Conte sent a text message to tell Costa he was no more part of his plans at Chelsea

Diego Costa has launched a fresh verbal attack on his former boss at Chelsea Antonio Conte.

The Atletico Madrid striker claims the Inter Milan boss will be sacked within a season if he coached Real Madrid.

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Though the Spanish striker insists he does not have anything against the Italian boss but claims Conte always feels insecure wherever he is.

Speaking to ESPN, Costa said: “[Conte and I] had problems off the pitch, but I think he is a really good manager.

“I have no hard feelings towards Conte, but to be a top, top manager, he needs to change the human side of his management.

“He is very suspicious. At a team like, say, Real Madrid, he would never last a season.”

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The pair clashed during their respective spells at Stamford Bridge after Conte told Costa that he was no more in his plans through a text message.

According to reports Conte wrote: “Hi Diego, I hope you are well. Thanks for the seasono [sic] we spent together. Good luck for the next year but you are not in my plan”

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And Costa simply replied “Ok,” and then flew to Brazil, claiming he had been treated “like a criminal”.

Costa rejoined Atletico in the 2017-18 season while Conte was sacked at the end of that season despite winning the FA Cup.

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