Chelsea's Diego Costa is already dressed for Atlético Madrid

Chelsea's Diego Costa is already dressed for Atlético Madrid

The Telegraph reckon Chelsea would be keen on a deal for Sergio Aguero should City decide to let him move on.

The Chilean's future is unclear as he has just a year left on his contract - and he still hasn't returned to pre-season training with Arsenal. Onda Cero believe that his temporary employers will be revealed at the time of the announcement of his return.

Opinions have varied but here's an in-depth look at the three candidates and the likelihood of each player making the switch.

The newspaper report that there are four main targets Conte is considering and any one of them would soften the blow of losing Costa.

Furthermore, the Spaniard despite being only 24, is already in the winning habit, securing a total of 13 major trophies during his time with Madrid and Juventus.

"That's why they wanted to have a new defensive midfielder, for him to be along people that can defend really strongly, for him to be express himself... so young, talented, don't mind the price".

Apart from his physicality and hold up play, the Spaniard brings mobility to the role and a goal-poaching attitude.

Sergio Aguero has been the latest to join the Stamford Bridge outfit's shortlist while Alvaro Morata and Andrea Belotti have been strongly linked as well.

In many ways their departures are understandable; Chelsea and Abramovich's relentless drive for success necessarily precludes the possibility of carrying young and inexperienced players in big games.

The Brazilian born, Spain international, said in June that he had received a text message from Chelsea coach Antonio Conte telling him that he was not in the Italian's plans for next season.

Cahill lifted the Premier League trophy with Terry on the final day of the season and also reflects on the team's achievements.