Former Chelsea midfielder Oscar has revealed he will like to return to Chelsea when he leaves the Chinese league.
According to the Brazilian midfielder, he built a beautiful story at Chelsea and will want a return to Stamford Bridge.
“There is a great project for me here. But, to end my career, I would like to return to Chelsea,” Oscar told The Guardian.
“I built a beautiful story there and went to the Premier League very young, at a time when fans did not trust Brazilian players that much.
“I helped change that. I’ll be a bit older when I try this move again but, as I am playing very well, with good stats, I feel there is still a place for me at Chelsea.”
“I could take up all this interview talking about the good moments and memories I enjoyed at Chelsea, but I have two others that I appreciate the most: my first hat-trick, against MK Dons, and a game against Arsenal where I did not score but did eight slide tackles.
“The fans applauded me when I got subbed off and it felt as if I’d scored a hat-trick then too.”
Oscar won two Premier League titles with Chelsea before he left for Chinese club Shanghai SIPG in 2017.