AC Milan are being linked with a big-money swoop for Chelsea’s Brazilian midfield star Oscar in the January transfer window.
The Italian outfit are currently in talks which could see a Chinese consortium take over at the San Siro which would subsequently result in the club having a huge influx of funds at their disposal.
In anticipation of this there have been numerous reports claiming there will be vast sums paid out in January as the Rossoneri bid to finally usurp Juventus as the top club in Italian football.
It is being suggested that Oscar, who joined Chelsea for around £20million from Internacional in 2012, is top of their wanted list and they will look to entice the player away from Stamford Bridge.
Blues boss Antonio Conte is believed to be willing to offload Oscar for the right price, believed to be around £35million, so he can re-invest the money back into building his own team.
Oscar, who has made five league appearances for the Blues but was an unused substitute in last weekend’s 3-0 defeat at Arsenal, could be tempted to Milan with the lure of first team football.