Oscar gave a very interesting interview. After playing so many years in China, he wants to return to England and play for Chelsea again.

 

 

Attacker played for SIPG for 4 years

The Brazilian striker enjoyed the result at Stamford Bridge before heading to Asia and would like to see his career in West London. Former Chelsea star Oscar announced his desire to return to Stamford Bridge four years after making the £60m ($83m) move towards China’s Super League Shanghai SIPG. The Brazilian striker had a productive game at Chelsea before heading to Asia, hosting 203 Blues appearances as two Premier League title conquerors and Europa League glory was savored. 

Oscar has had similar success in China, but at the age of 29 he already sees the opportunity to return to England and see his playing days in West London. Oscar told talkSPORT: “I’m thinking about finishing at Chelsea because I had good times before at Chelsea. “Chelsea have helped me a lot to improve and do what I have always dreamed of, which was to play in the Champions League, and they helped me play in the World Cup and win the Premier League.

 

I have a lot of friends in Chelsea.

If I get the chance to end my career at Chelsea, that’s a dream for me. Of course Chelsea don’t like to buy too many older players, which is okay because they are a top team from Europe, but I will try my best to be fit to finish there. “Having gone through a double century of playing for the Blues, the South American was a regular source of the final product in the final third. In total, he scored 38 goals, while also contributing 37 assists to the collective cause.

Eden Hazard and Willian were already in the Blues books when Oscar decided to accept a lucrative offer from Shanghai. They proved themselves to be stellar twists before making their own moves to Real Madrid and Arsenal, respectively. Since then, the players like Christian Pulisic and Hakim Ziyech have been chosen, while Callum Hudson-Odoi and Mason Mount have stepped out of the famous academic system to become creative influences on the senior scene.