However, Barcelona found that action impossible when they signed Arda Turan with the Turk forced to sit out six months until the club could register players.
The Spanish giants have seen a transfer ban upheld following a series of illegal signings of minors - something which impacted Antoine Griezmann's departure to Manchester United - and are now unable to register any players until that ban expires in January 2018.
This effectively rules out Chelsea's preferred solution to the mess they are in with Costa.
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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.
Chelsea and Atletico Madrid have reportedly started negotiations for Diego Costa, who could return to the Spanish capital this summer despite the Rojiblancos' transfer ban.
Atletico are reluctant to pay more than £20m for a striker who was Chelsea's top-scorer last season.
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Both AC Milan and Juventus have been touted as possible destinations for the striker, but it is understood that he has his heart set on a move back to Atletico Madrid, according to the Daily Star.
During those conversations the 47-year-old has emphasised the need for a larger squad to cope with the demands of the Champions League, and also made it clear that he intends to target the competition that he has yet to win as a manager.
With the clock ticking, the Premier League champions have to hatch a plan like the one which helped Fernando Torres back to Atletico.
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