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"Why not?" - Is this the biggest hint yet that Chelsea are about to finalise another deal with Premier League rivals?

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Everton boss Ronald Koeman says he is open to sign striker Diego Costa this month.

The Spaniard is still searching for a new team after Chelsea manager Antonio Conte made it clear that his future at Stamford Bridge is over.

The Toffees have built a very strong squad this summer and the 28-year-old would for them be the icing on the cake.

"Is this about Costa?," Koeman told reporters when asked about signings.

"Of course you like to sign players for the future, but if you can get the best one that way, then why not?"

"That's for six months, the season, two years.

"It's difficult ­because it needs to be a quality player, or a young player who can develop or improve.

"We have the possibility maybe to sign good players, but we don't play in the Champions League - and that sometimes makes things very difficult."

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