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DIEGO COSTA


DIEGO COSTA
Club Atlético Madrid (SPA)
 
 
Full name Diego da Silva Costa
Date of Birth October 7, 1988
Birthplace Lagarto, Brazil
Height 188 cm
Position Forward
Foot Right
Nationality Spanish (and Brazilian)
Club Club Atlético Madrid (SPA)
Nation Spain
Int. debut For Spain: Age 25 (March 5, 2014 - vs. Italy)
For Brazil: Age 24 (March 21, 2013 - vs. Italy)
World Cups 6 matches (2018: 4 / 2014; 2)
SEASON CLUB
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LVL
APP
GLS
2018-19 Atlético Madrid
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1
?
?
2017-18 Atlético Madrid 
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1
15
3
- Chelsea
-
1
0
0
2016-17 Chelsea
-
1
35
20
2015-16 Chelsea
-
1
28
12
2014-15 Chelsea
-
1
26
20
2013-14 Atlético Madrid 
-
1
35
27
2012-13 Atlético Madrid
-
1
31
10
2011-12 Rayo Vallecano (L)
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1
16
9
- Atlético Madrid 
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1
0
0
2010-11 Atlético Madrid
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1
28
6
2009-10 Real Valladolid
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1
34
8
2008-09 Albacete (L)
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2
35
10
2007-08 Celta Vigo (L)
-
2
30
6
2006-07 Sporting Braga (L)
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1
6
0
- Penafiel (L)
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2
13
5
2005-06 Sporting Braga
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1
0
0
 
CAREER TRANSFERS
Date From - To Fee €m
01.2018
-
66.0
07.2014
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38.0
07.2010
Real Valladolid
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1.0
07.2009
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Real Valladolid
?

01.2007

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1.5

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


TFR PLAYERS
Teams represented (central column) +
TFR Players Rankings (right column)
2018-19 Atlético Madrid
?
2017-18 Atlético Madrid
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-  Chelsea
- 
2016-17 Chelsea
40
2015-16 Chelsea
106
2014-15 Chelsea
96
2013-14 Atlético Madrid
11
2012-13 Atlético Madrid
133
2011-12 Rayo Vallecano
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- Atlético Madrid
-
2010-11 Atlético Madrid
-
2009-10 Real Valladolid 
-
2008-09 Albacete 
-
2007-08 Celta Vigo
-

OTHER TFR RANKINGS
2018-19 ?
-
2017-18 None
-
2016-17 Top Scorers
19
2015-16 None
-
2014-15 Top Scorers
21
2013-14 Top Scorers
4
2012-13 None
-
2011-12 None
-
2010-11 None
-
2009-10 None
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2008-09 None
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2007-08 None
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DID YOU KNOW ?

Diego Costa started his career at Barcelona Esportivo Capela in São Paulo, being limited to street football until the age of 16.

On July 8, 2009, he was sold from Atlético Madrid to Real Valladolid as part of the deal that sent goalkeeper Sergio Asenjo in the opposite direction. The transfer included a buy-back option which were activated by Atlético at the end of the season.

On March 5, 2013, Diego Costa was called up by Brazilian national team coach Luiz Felipe Scolari for friendlies with Italy
and Russia. He made his debut against Italy 16 days later.

On October 29, 2013, Diego Costa declared that he wished to play international football for Spain after having been granted Spanish nationality a few months earlier.