Chelsea star says he's flattered by PSG interest

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Chelsea’s Brazilian playmaker Oscar says he is flattered by French giants PSG’s interest, but has reaffirmed his happiness to remain at Stamford Bridge.

A number of Chelsea players have become targets for fellow top European clubs following an impressive season under manager Jose Mourinho.

Players such as Oscar and Eden Hazard have improved immensely since the return of the self-proclaimed Special One, and their progress hasn’t gone unnoticed at big rival clubs.

Over the past few months, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid have both been linked with a move for Chelsea stars Hazard and Oscar, with David Luiz also being linked with a move to Barcelona.

The French champions, however, boast a number of Brazilians in their squad, including the likes of Thiago Silva, Maxwell, Lucas Moura and former Chelsea defender Alex.

Despite being flattered by PSG's interest, though, Oscar has reiterated his happiness at Stamford Bridge and assured Chelsea fans that it would be difficult for him to leave the Blues.

Oscar is quoted by Sambafoo: 'I'm flattered that PSG are thinking about me but I'm happy at Chelsea.

'Lucas (Moura), Thiago Silva and I talked about it a bit when we met in the Champions League, but that's it. They know it will be difficult for me to leave'.

Oscar has one of Mourinho’s most consistent player this season, starting 23 Premier League matches. Despite falling behind in the race for the Premier League title, Oscar and Chelsea’s season is far from over as they bid to overcome the odds and finish the season as Champions League winners.

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