José Mourinho admits Oscar could leave Chelsea, but only if PSG bid £300 millionOscar and Hazard will not be leaving the Bridge
José Mourinho has laughed off speculation linking Brazilian Oscar with a move to Paris Saint-Germain by stating if the Ligue 1 have a spare £300 million they can sign the 22-year-old.
Oscar and his Chelsea team mate Eden Hazard have been linking with a move to PSG but Mourinho’s tongue in cheek comments firmly put an end to any chances of the duo leaving Stamford Bridge.
Lucas Moura, an international team mate of Oscar, has instigated the talks when he revealed earlier this week that he would like the Brazilian attacking midfielder to join him at the Parc des Princes.
Mourinho’s comments, quoted by the Daily Telegraph, have all but ended that though as he again discussing Uefa’s Financial Fair Play regulations which would restrict PSG from spending the astronomical fee needed to obtain Hazard and Oscar’s services.
The Chelsea manager said: “No. It’s not irritating. No problem. If there is Financial Fair Play, they don’t have money to buy them.
“If there is no Financial Fair Play and they threw something crazy, £300 million for both, I think Chelsea has to think about it.”