Chelsea must have the best negotiation team in the world, as the club that got £50m for David Luiz seems to be going one better with the offloading of Oscar in the January transfer window.
The Daily Mail has reported that the Blues will benefit from the crazy market in the Far East by securing a remarkable £52m for the Brazilian, a year after they somehow managed to get £20m for the services of Ramires.
At just 25-years-old, the decision to move to China will raise eyebrows for many but the fact that he’s made just nine appearances in the Premier League this season makes it easy to understand why he’s leaving Stamford Bridge.
With such a sensational cash boost for Antonio Conte’s side, the Italian boss should have the sort of funds available to ensure that his Chelsea side clinch the Premier League title come May- and the fans have urged the club to make sure this deal goes through.
£52m for Oscar would be unbelievable business, would allow us to spend way more in January and we WILL win the league.
— ChelsFinest (@ChelsFinest) December 13, 2016
£52m for Oscar …, i will buy him the flight ticket and pack he's lunch box ????
— Chelsea FcⓂ️ (@Chelseafcpoll) December 13, 2016
£52m for Oscar….. I'd swim him on my back all the way to China for that sort of transfer fee
— Luke Willis (@LukeWillis90) December 13, 2016
Chelsea are getting £52m for Oscar, my word what a deal..
— Ryan Darby (@RyanDarby_) December 13, 2016
Chelsea to get £52m for Oscar. That is mad. Arsenal fans, get the spreadsheets out.
— Dami (@TheChelseaWay) December 13, 2016
Back to football.
Oscar isn't overpriced at £52m when
Paul Pogba cost £89m
Anthony Martial and John Stones -. £50+m
— ????Okeahialam???? (@DeeChiddy) December 13, 2016
If Oscar is being sold for £52m, Wilshere and Ramsey are worth £104m. Each.
— ManLikeMesut (@_ManLikeMesut) December 13, 2016
If Oscar is worth £52m then I'm worth at least 2 or 3?!
— Aidan (@aidan_condron) December 13, 2016
52M for Oscar wowow. SELL HIM NOW
— Waj???? (@MourinhosChels) December 13, 2016
— Michael Oates (@afootyeducation) December 13, 2016