Suppose Diego Costa passes his medical at Wolves. In that case, he is likely to be offered a contract at Wolves, with Wolves looking to replace the recently signed Sasa Calajdzic, who is set to see a knee specialist following his ACL injury sustained last weekend. Wolves confirmed Sunday that the 6-foot-7 forward suffered a torn ACL in a game he played for his debut against Southampton, a game Wolves won 1-0. In contrast, star striker Raul Jimenez has been sidelined with a potential groin issue.
According to BBC, the former Chelsea forward Diego Costa is to have a trial at Wolverhampton Wanderers this week to evaluate his fitness and suitability following injuries to their forwards. Provided everything goes smoothly, Spain’s ex-Chelsea forward Diego Costa is expected to be offered a one-year deal with Wolves. Because former Chelsea forward Diego Costa has not played a single minute of professional football since leaving Brazilian side Atletico Mineiro in January, Wolves will be concerned with his fitness levels in a competitive environment. They are looking to sign him as soon as possible, scheduling a medical on Tuesday. Diego Costa is a free agent, and Wolves could make a deal to sign him out of the transfer window. Wolves had issues at forward this season due to form and fitness.
Leicester vs Brighton
Roy Keane has described Leicester City’s performance in the second half against Brighton as shameful after manager Brendan Rodgers gave up three goals in the second half en route to losing 5-2. Leicester remains bottom of the Premier League with just one point on Leicesters account following their loss at Brighton and losing five straight games and leaving manager Brendan Rodgers under heavy pressure.
Brighton turned the heat up on Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers with a 5-2 victory in an exciting match which left the Foxes in a Premier League bottom spot. Manager Brendan Rodgers was booed again by Leicester City supporters, who shouted for him to be fired, in a loss to Brighton, which left the club in last place in the Premier League. A desperate display from the defence saw Leicester slump to their fifth consecutive loss, which confirmed the worst start to a League campaign since 1983 and put further pressure on the head coach.
Leicester’s dismal start to the season, coupled with the disappointing summer transfer window that frustrated Brendan Rodgers, meant that they came into the game under immense pressure but made an excellent start as Kelechi Iheanacho converted Patson Daka’s low cross into an empty net from just inside the penalty area, but little did they knew about what was coming.