Former Blues Midfielder Says He Would Like To Return To Chelsea
Former Chelsea player Oscar has revealed that he would like be to return to Chelsea to end his career.
Former Chelsea Star Midfielder Says He Would Like To Return To Chelsea
He was being asked “what next” about his career and he said he would like to return to Chelsea. “There is a great project for me here. But, to end my career, I would like to return to Chelsea. I built a beautiful story there and went to the Premier League very young, at a time when fans did not trust Brazilian players that much.
Oscar played for Chelsea for five years in which he won two EPL titles, Europa League and Carling cup. In his first season, he won Chelsea’s goal of the season for his wonderful strike against Juventus in the champions league.
The Brazilian has a reputation for his lion heart as he was in the same team as Kelvin de Bruyne and Mo Salah but he came out as a starter while the remaining two couldn’t make it in the team.
Oscar played under five coaches during his Chelsea career but he said the best he worked under was Jose Mourinho. He was quoted saying Mourinho believed in him, gave him confidence and made him better by giving him pressure to succeed.
He left Chelsea in 2016 when Shanghai SIPG came calling and he said he was tempted by the offer, saying he came from a social background and he needs money to help his family who were very poor.
The midfielder said he won’t go into coaching at the end of his career, though he wants a job in football as he has been travelling because of the game since he was 12 but he won’t go into coaching because he wants to stay in one place with his family