Diego da Silva Costa

Diego Da Silva Costa

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Diego da Silva Costa

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Diego da Silva Costa (born 7 October 1988 in Lagarto, Sergipe) is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Atlético Madrid in the Spanish first division, as a striker.

Football career

Costa started his career at Barcelona Esportivo Capela, in São Paulo, being limited to street football until the age of 16. His first professional adventure was in Portugal, as he signed in February 2006 with Sporting de Braga, after which he spent the following months with the club's reserves.

In the 2006 summer, Costa was loaned to F.C. Penafiel, in the second division. In December, however, he was sold to Spain's Atlético Madrid, for €1.5 million and 50% of the player's rights. He remained on loan at Braga until the end of the season, scoring his first goal for the club in the UEFA Cup, a 1–0 win at Parma FC (2–0 on aggregate). For the following two years, he would be again loaned, on both occasions to Segunda División outfits, starting with Celta de Vigo, then with Albacete Balompié, appearing and scoring regularly.

On 8 July 2009, Costa was sold to Real Valladolid as part of the deal that sent goalkeeper Sergio Asenjo in the opposite direction, with the transfer including a buy-back option that could be activated by Atlético at the end of the season.; Diario AS, 8 July 2009 He started strong for the Castile and León side, scoring six times in his first 12 matches, but only found...
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