If rumors making the round are anything to go by, then South American attacking midfielder Oscar could be heading the exit door to Stamford Bridge in January.

Latest report in English media claims that Italian side Inter Milan are interested in the service of Oscar, who has failed to find a starting spot in Antonio Conte’s preferred 3-4-3 formation.

The sensational midfielder moved to Chelsea in 2012 at the age of 21, after a successful outing with his country’s Olympic team in London.

The midfield maestro was highly regarded by former boss Jose Mourinho, that he had to sell Juan Mata who was voted Chelsea best player in 2013/14 in favor of Oscar in the Number 10 role.

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Oscar recent lack of playing time has prompted potential clubs to look for his services. Italian giants Juventus failed in a bid to secure the attacking midfielder signature last summer but have also reignite interest in January.

Report also has it that Chelsea boss Conte is looking to reshape his squad in January, with club veteran John Obi Mikel and Cesc Fabregas being considered to be shipped out.

There are also claimed that the Blues will only consider offers above £25m for the South American, should they decide to let him go in winter transfer window.


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