Chelsea attacker Oscar has claimed he has no interest in quitting Stamford Bridge for Italian giants Juventus, vowing to commit his long-term future to the Blues.
Serie A champions Juventus were hoping to land the Brazil international during the summer’s transfer window and make him their new no10.
However, while speaking to the London Evening Standard, the 23-year-old insisted he had no interest in joining last season’s Champions League runners-up.
“No. I know there has been a lot of talk about Juventus, but I am very, very happy at Chelsea,” he said.
Oscar endured a difficult second half of the season last year, but Blues manager Jose Mourinho is adamant that the Brazilian remains a part of his plans and has no intention of offloading him.
Since signing for the west London club from Brazilian side Internacional in 2012, Oscar has made more than 150 appearances in all competitions for Chelsea, scoring 30 goals. He won the Premier League and the Capital One Cup with the Blues last season, adding to the Europa League success he enjoyed with the club during his debut campaign in 2012/13.