Parc des Princes side want Stamford Bridge star.
Ligue 1 big spenders PSG are said to be ready to mount a big money bid for Chelsea star Oscar according to the Daily Telegraph.
The Parc des Princes side are set to offer £41.5m for the 22 year old, an offer that is sure to be given short shrift by Blues boss Jose Mourinho.
Oscar cost Chelsea £25m in July 2012 and has gone on to become a pivotal member of the Stamford Bridge first team set-up and a player who’s form led to Mourinho’s willingness to leave Juan Mata on the bench prior to allowing the Spaniard to join Man United in the January transfer window.
PSG are to make the offer before the 2014 World Cup finals, when Oscar’s star could rise further, and will be part of the French club’s attempts to not only succeed in their national efforts but also a push to become continental giants.
Oscar made an astonishing 64 appearances in all competitions in his debut season at the West London club, scoring 12 and providing nine assists, and thus far this term has already racked up 37 appearances and has 11 goals to his name.
Jose Mourinho has seen Oscar forge an excellent understanding with Belgian Eden Hazard as well as his fellow countryman Willian and no amount of money would convince the Chelsea manager to sell the midfield magician this summer.
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