Diogo Costa

Diogo Costa

Diogo Costa

  • Current club: FC Porto
  • Date of Birth: 19 September 1999
  • Birthplace: Rothrist, Rothrist, Switzerland
  • Position: Goalkeeper

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Munich and Manchester United have been linked to Costa, who would cost €75 million: Diogo Costa é garantia para Bayern, Manchester United ...
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Man Utd handed boost in signing David de Gea replacement

Manchester United have been handed a boost in signing Porto goalkeeper Diogo Costa at the end of the season.

Man Utd closely monitoring Portuguese goalkeeper

Manchester United are reportedly keeping tabs on Porto goalkeeper Diogo Costa ahead of a summer move.

Chelsea and Man Utd to battle for Portuguese keeper?

Chelsea and Manchester United could compete for the services of Porto goalkeeper Diogo Costa in the summer.

Chelsea find targets to replace Kepa Arrizabalaga

Chelsea have identified two candidates to replace Kepa Arrizabalaga in goal next season, according to 90min.

David de Gea ready to agree lower terms for Man Utd renewal

Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea is ready to sign a new long-term contract on reduced terms, according to The Mirror.

Man Utd planning talks for De Gea replacement

Manchester United are reportedly planning talks to sign Porto goalkeeper Diogo Costa.

Chelsea make Edouard Mendy transfer decision

Chelsea have opened the door to sell goalkeeper Edouard Mendy during next summer's transfer window, according to Foot Mercato.

Chelsea want to sign new goalkeeper?

Chelsea are reportedly planning to sign a world-class goalkeeper during next summer's transfer window.

Man Utd prepared to swoop for Portuguese goalkeeper

Manchester United are keeping tabs on Porto goalkeeper Diogo Costa ahead of a possible approach at the end of the season.

Man Utd scouting two goalkeepers in Europe

Manchester United are monitoring Porto's Diogo Costa and Athletic Bilbao's Unai Simon as they aim to replace David de Gea next summer.