Chelsea midfield maestro Oscar has persistently been linked with a departure to Juventus in January transfer window, after failing to impress for Chelsea this season.
Oscar was a key player to Chelsea’s team that won both the Premier League and Capital One Cup last season. However, the 24-year old attacking midfielder has failed to replicate last season performance. The Brazilian has only managed to complete just three of a possible 16 Premier League fixtures this season.
Speaking concerning Oscar link to Juventus, the Serie A Champions manager Massimiliano Allegri said:
“The English tabloids write a lot of things!
“Juventus have an excellent squad, the club will evaluate if there’s anything to be done. If we do sign anyone, he has to be worthy of Juventus.
“There’s no point just signing someone for the sake of it, he has to fit into the project and be at the same level as these players.”
Although, the old lady boss may have not hinted for a move, report however reveals that Juventus are keen on bring in fresh legs to their team in January, having started the season on a awful starts but not as critical as Chelsea.
Chelsea are reportedly ready to allow the attacking midfielder leave in January, but only if interested clubs are willing to meet their valuation of £25m for his services