Formers Chelsea hitman Diego Costa has opened up that he would jokingly try to hug former teammate Ngolo Kante while naked and claimed the midfielder would not even take off his underwear to take shower.
The duo spent close to two seasons at the west London club when Kante joined them from Leicester in 2016 before Diego Costa left the the club to re-unite with Atletico Madrid in 2018.
The two players enjoyed their stay at Chelsea despite having totally different characteristics, Diego Costa was much open while Kante is always cool and very shy.
And Diego Costa has now opened up on how he used to to jokingly used to wind-up the shy Frenchman with his dressing room pranks.
Speaking on Canal Pilhado as reported by AiScore said.“At Chelsea, I tried to kiss Kanté jokingly. He is really shy. I put myself naked on the bathtub and I said: 'Kante, give me a hug!' and he was like 'No, no, Diego'. He doesn't even take his underwear off to take a shower"
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