Who needs Costa? Why Chelsea’s reported Robert Lewandowski makes sense

Atletico were given a two window transfer ban for breaking rules surrounding the transfer of players under the age of 18, meaning they can not register players until January 1st.Chelsea find themselves in limbo over the potential departure of unhappy striker Diego Costa following a Federation Internationale de Football Association ruling which could stop Atletico Madrid moving for the player this summer, according to the Mail.The same article states that Antonio Conte is set to renew his contract with the west London side in the coming days – and signing Bonucci is one of the coach’s top priorities.He believes that his achievement deserves to be rewarded by more signings and has been liaising with Granovskaia and Emenalo from his holiday in southern Italy.’It’s complicated because I can not go four or five months without playing. Italian giants Juventus and AC Milan have shown interest making a scoop for the striker. He is not expected to be given a place in the first team, and would only be with the club during training.The British newspaper “the Mirror” claims that the eyes of the scouts of Chelsea fell to 28-year-old striker, “Bavaria” Robert Lewandowski, whom in their ranks want to see real Madrid.Antonio Conte arrived Chelsea last year with a reputation and has lived up to it as he won the Premier League title, with a team that at one point was close to the relegation zone, just one year before.Conte has signalled his eagerness to stay next season but an extension to his current deal, which expires in 2019, is yet to be confirmed.Rival clubs had already gone to the market, but Chelsea were still dormant.