Blanc: PSG interested in Oscar & Luiz

Along with the Frenchman's praise, the versatile defender admits it would be "cool" to link up with Thiago Silva while Yohan Cabaye has reiterated his fondness for Eden Hazard
Paris Saint-Germain manager Laurent Blanc has revealed his interest in Chelsea pair David Luiz and Oscar.

Goal reported in March that the Ligue 1 champions were keen on the versatile Brazilian defender, while Jose Mourinho has admitted his disappointment in Oscar's form ahead of the World Cup.

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PSG have been hit by a Uefa fine for breaching the Financial Fair Play regulations, with Blanc ruing the decision but insisted the club will continue looking to improve their title-winning squad.

"I'm happy to continue the adventure with an ambitious project. It's a pleasure to see that Paris trust me," he told Telefoot.

"You have to be realistic. When you have all the means at the disposal of PSG, it's embarrassing that you can't do what you want [because of FFP].

"But we have the opportunity to prepare a good team. You have to target the needs and the positions. Oscar and David Luiz are very good players. They will interest PSG."

Meanwhile, Yohan Cabaye, who joined PSG in January, has reiterated his fondness for Eden Hazard - the Belgian being another Chelsea player whose form has been publicly questioned by Mourinho.

Cabaye added: "We all know that I like Hazard. For me, he is one of the best. So it's logical that Paris is interested by his profile."

Meanwhile, Luiz, who has frequently been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge this summer, has admitted it would be "cool" to link up with compatriot Thiago Silva at PSG.

"I like Paris. It's a superb city," Luiz also told Telefoot. "Whenever I have a little time, I take a train and go there. I go there often. To play there? You never know. We'll see.

"They work hard to win the Champions League, so you can say it's a great club. Yes, it would be cool to play with Thiago Silva in Paris, or even in the street like when we were kids."