Wolves prepare to draw Costa to add spears to solve the problem of bad football

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Wolverhampton Prepare to grab the experienced striker Diego Costa back to play in the city again. To replace injured players. They will come for a physical examination on Tuesday.

The Athletic , a well-known media in the city news reports. Wolverhampton Wanderers are set to bring in ex- Chelsea striker Diego Costa to fix injury problems after striker Zaza Caladcic has been linked. Mai unfortunately suffered a knee injury. While Mexican footballer Raul Jimenez has a groin injury.

Wolves prepare to draw Costa to add spears to solve the problem of bad football

Austrian national team striker Just moved from Stuttgart. A team in the Beer City League for a fee of 15 million pounds, or about 643 million baht. And made his debut for the Wolves in a 1-0 win over Southampton on Saturday 3 last september. But having played only 45 minutes, had to be replaced because of anterior cruciate ligament pain in the knee joint. Which is expected to take a long time to recover

Jimenez has suffered a groin injury during the warm-up. Although it will take time to get up  manager Bruno Laj has been on the lookout for a new striker at the close of the transfer window. Which Costa does not have . Affiliated since the termination of the contract with  Atletico Mineiro in the Brazilian hometown league of the subject. Last January therefore able to move the UFABET team

According to reports, the 33-year-old will come in for a medical on Tuesday immediately. And the team wants to register players as quickly as possible. Which if everything goes well. It will be signed immediately. And it will be a comeback in the elite league again. After living in London between 2014 and 2018

For Costa’s successful career with football. The Blue Lions spent four years with the team, winning two Premier League titles in the 2014-2015 and 2016-2017 seasons, as well as playing in two fierce divisions with  Atletico Madrid , winning the La Liga. Spanish Liga 2013-2014 and 2020-2021, along with Europa League 2017-2018.