Oscar 'flattered' by PSG interest but says transfer fee makes Chelsea exit difficult

The Brazilian has featured heavily at Stamford Bridge this season but admits he has spoken to compatriots Thiago Silva and Lucas Moura about a move to the French capital
Oscar admits he is “flattered” Paris Saint-Germain are showing an interest in him but claims he is unlikely to leave Chelsea, “because of the transfer fee.”

Oscar joined the Blues from Internacional in a £25 million deal in 2011 and has become an integral part of Jose Mourinho's squad, with the Portuguese even selling Juan Mata to accommodate the Brazilian in January.

But, while claiming he is happy at Stamford Bridge, the 22-year-old admits he has spoken with compatriots Lucas Moura and Thiago Silva about a possible move to the Ligue 1 giants and says “there is nothing certain” about his future.

“I’m flattered PSG are thinking about me, but I'm happy at Chelsea. Paris are a big club, but I'm happy here," he told French television programme Telefoot.

"Lucas, Thiago Silva and I spoke about it a little bit when we met in the Champions League, but there is nothing certain. Because of the transfer fee, they know it will difficult for me to leave."