Craig Burley doesn't believe Group C is among the toughest UCL groups, but the rest of the crew don't agree.
He wants a return to Atletico but the La Liga club were not willing to meet Chelsea's £50million demands for a player they wouldn't be able to field until January due to a transfer ban.
That doesn't however mean Costa would officially join Atletico straight away - he'd have to wait until the new year for that - but he could be back in training over the next few weeks.
Despite being happy to continually speak to the media, and provoke Chelsea from a distance, the striker has been rather less brave when it comes to facing up to his Chelsea situation.
Costa landed in the Spanish capital yesterday afternoon and spent the evening with his family watching Atletico play Rome on TV.
Costa swapped Madrid for London in the summer of 2014 and has since racked up one hundred and twenty times scoring fifty-nine goals while he has helped them win two Premier League titles and the League Cup. Have your say in the comments section below.
At the end of the previous campaign, Chelsea manager Antonio Conte reportedly told the Brazilian-born star he is free to leave the club as he was not in the club's plans for this campaign.
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