The Blues striker is currently is in exile in his home town in Brazil and now he is paying the fines for refusing to play with the Blues Reserves.
Chelsea striker Diego Costa has given a destructive assessment of head coach Antonio Conte and accused the Chelsea side of treating him like as if he were a criminal.
Last season Costa was Chelsea’s top scorer with 20 goals and last season with the help of him Chelsea managed to win the League second time in three seasons but in the beginning of this season, Antonio Conte informed him that he does not feature in his plans.
Now the Spanish international Diego Costa is claiming that Antonio Conte dumped him via text message when he was away on his international duty.
Right now Costa is in his hometown Lagarto in Brazil,
UK newspaper Daily Mail tracked him down at his family after Chelsea face a defeat against Burnley in their first match.
This season there is a possibility that Costa might join his former club Atletico Madrid where he refused to return to Chelsea and train with the reserves,
Costa voiced: "I wouldn't be allowed access to the first-team dressing room and I would have no contact at all with the guys,"
"I'm not a criminal! I don’t think it is fair after all I have done to be treated like that.
"They gave me a week extra off [at the start of pre-season training] but since then it's fines all the way.
"They want me training with the reserves. I am not going to do that. I am not a criminal and I am not in the wrong here. So, if they need tofine me, let them fine me."