'Chelsea? We'll see' - Diego Costa admits to offers after firing Atletico to Champions League final

The striker scored a penalty in a 3-1 Champions League semi-final win over the Blues but refused to confirm whether he could move to the Premier League side
Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa has played down speculation he could move to Chelsea in the summer transfer window after helping knock Jose Mourinho's team out of the Champions League.

Costa was on target from the penalty spot as Diego Simeone's side won 3-1 at Stamford Bridge to set up a final in Lisbon next month against rivals Real Madrid.

Chelsea are understood to be close to sealing a €42 million deal for the 25-year-old and Costa admits that, while he is aware of interest from other clubs, he has yet to decide his future.

"Chelsea in my future? We'll see, I know there are offers for me," he told Sky Italia. "I feel well here at Atletico. Let's see."

Adrian Lopez and Arda Turan were also on the scoresheet for the visitors, who recovered from going a goal down to Fernando Torres to ease to a comfortable victory.

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