Juventus chiefs have reportedly flown to London to open talks with Chelsea over the possible signing of Brazilian playmaker Oscar this summer, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Italian giants have rekindled their interest in the 23-year-old, whom it is claimed that they also tried to sign back in 2012 prior to his joining the Blues.
Oscar has since become a major player at Stamford Bridge, showing himself to be one of the best young attacking midfielders in the world, though it seems there is some possibility of him leaving the club this summer.
Chelsea are known to be one of the clubs tracking Juventus star Paul Pogba ahead of the next transfer window, and the Serie A side’s interest in Oscar could open up the possibility of a swap deal, the Mirror says.
Manchester United are also mentioned as one of the teams interested in Pogba, but this latest development could give Jose Mourinho’s side a big advantage in the deal.