Former Chelsea midfielder Oscar has revealed he is in talks with both Inter and AC Milan.
The Brazilian has admitted that he wants to play in Italy and could make the move this summer.
Will Oscar move to Serie A this summer? Five key things to know…
- The 27-year-old currently plays in China with Shanghai SIPG.
- He joined the club from Chelsea in 2016 for £60m.
- He was fined and banned in 2017 for starting a brawl in a game against Guangzhou.
- He has revealed he wants to play in Italy.
- This summer the Brazilian has talked with both Inter and AC Milan.
The former Chelsea midfielder could be heading back to Europe this summer after revealing he has had talks with two of Italian football’s biggest clubs.
Oscar is expected to move to Serie A and revealed that he has had talks in Milan with the city’s two biggest sides.
“Yes, I’ve spoken to two Milan clubs in these [last few] weeks,” he told passioneinter.com
“I can’t go into details, but, yes, one thing I can say: I want to play in Italy.”
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Can Oscar bring success to Milan?
Whichever club succeeds in landing the 27-year-old signature, they will be bringing in a player with a mightily impressive CV for a 27-year old.
During a five-year stint at Stamford, he won two Premier League titles, the EFL Cup and the Europa League.
Neither AC Milan or Inter have had domestic success since the Rossoneri won the Scudetto in 2011, but signing a player with the ability of Oscar can give them a big boost as they seek to end Juventus monopoly of eight consecutive titles.
The Serie A fixtures will be released on 29 July with both sides awaiting news on their first opponents of 2019-20.