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The Soccer Stars That Didn’t Get A Team In The Winter Market

The first day of February was the closing day of the transfer window in Europe. Due to the worldwide pandemic of the coronavirus that strongly affects the economy of the clubs, the market was more austere than other years. Among many stories produced, one revolves around the outstanding soccer players who finished their contracts with their clubs and did not sign again, remaining free agents. 

The18 has compiled a list of who they are and what their respective situations are with a view to a 2021 that is already underway.

Diego Costa Leaves Atlético And Is A Free Agent; Here Are Likely Clubs He Could Play For In January

Atlético Madrid and Diego Costa are parting ways announced the LaLiga club on Tuesday. Costa’s contract that was set to run until Summer 2021 was mutually cut short and the striker can now leave on a free transfer in the upcoming winter window. This leaves fans wondering why did he leave and where will Diego Costa go?

Diego Costa Says What We Were All Thinking About Him Teaming Up With Luis Suárez

MADRID — Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa looked forward to a fruitful partnership with new team mate Luis Suarez after his side thrashed Granada 6-1 on Sunday, making a cheeky reference to the Uruguayan's disciplinary problems over the years.

Costa opened the scoring with a headed goal and then came off the pitch in the second half to make way for Suarez, who quickly made his mark following his switch from Barcelona by scoring twice and providing an assist in the final 20 minutes.

Diego Costa Scores Crazy Own Goal In Match Against Barcelona

Barcelona and Atletico Madrid played out a 2-2 draw on Tuesday. Diego Costa opened up the scoring in the 11th minute with an unfortunate own goal.

LaLiga Preview: Each Club As A Character From HBO's Euphoria

The new LaLiga season begins on Friday with defending champion Barcelona heading north to play Athletic Bilbao at the San Mamés. Last year, Barça cantered to the title by an 11-point margin over second-place Atlético while Real Madrid finished 19 points back. However, the La Liga preview 2019/20 sees the challengers refreshed and reloaded with the likes of Eden Hazard and João Félix ready to come at the king.    

Diego Costa Could Be Banned For 8 Games After Promising To Poo On Ref’s Mother

Mentally, Diego Costa isn’t entirely there. Look at the 26 yellow cards he received over his three-year Premier League stay for ample evidence of the striker’s propensity to be a mad lad. 

Chelsea’s Upcoming Facelift This Summer Could Showcase Brand New Offense

With all the talks and rumors floating around Chelsea transfers 2019, it has become apparent that the team may look completely different come the 2019-20 season opener.

To start off with the latest, the club has officially opened the door by announced the starting bidding price for the club’s top talent, winger Eden Hazard.

Chelsea will request $127 million for the Belgian star, who is rumored to be heading to Real Madrid.

After Cutting His Loan Short, Could Michy Batshuayi Be The Answer For Chelsea?

Valencia has confirmed that forward Michy Batshuayi will end his loan early, sending him back to London at the end of the month, which could prove crucial for the Blues’ title run this season.

While serving his first loan in Borussia Dortmund during the second half of 2017-18, the Belgian scored seven goals in just 10 Bundesliga games. He was then shipped to Spain to play for Valencia last August, but he could not find the same magic.