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Oscar 'spoke about' PSG move recently

Oscar has revealed he spoke to compatriots Thiago Silva and Lucas about a potential move to Paris Saint-Germain during Chelsea's recent Champions League tie with the French club.

Oscar helped himself to his second and Chelsea's fifth after half-time.
Oscar has joined Eden Hazard in rejecting interest from PSG.

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Along with Chelsea team-mates Eden Hazard and David Luiz, Oscar, 22, has been linked to PSG, who will look to strengthen their squad in the summer.

Jose Mourinho recently stated a combined package featuring the former Sao Paulo and Internacional man, who was signed for 32 million euros in July 2012, and Hazard would cost a potential buyer 360 million euros, a sum even PSG's super-wealthy Qatari owners may baulk at.

Even if they did not, Oscar told TF1 he is content with life at Stamford Bridge, despite having talked over the possibility of a cross-Channel move to the French capital with his compatriots when the two clubs met in their recent quarter-final encounter.

"I'm flattered PSG are thinking about me, but I'm happy at Chelsea. Paris are a big club, but I'm happy here," said Oscar, who is under contract at Chelsea until 2017. "Lucas, Thiago Silva and I spoke about it a little bit when we met in the Champions League, but there is nothing certain. They know that I'm good at Chelsea."


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