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Tuesday, 5 February 2019

Oscar is missing his time at Chelsea and wants a return To Standford Bridge

It’s slowly going on two years now that Chelsea’s Oscar project came to a shocking halt, with a £60m transfer to Shanghai SIPG just as he was about to begin the prime years of his career at age 25 but it seems now the player is really missing his time at Chelsea and is thinking of a return soon. Still young enough and talented enough, the Chelsea fans will definitely be excited to welcome the Brazilian back to the Club.

The CSL star posted a video of one of his most memorable moment at Chelsea on his Instagram account, captioning the video “I will never this day! 3 years ago and a Hat-trick!”

Part of the massively significant summer 2012 spending spree Hazard, Azpilicueta, Oscar, Christensen, Moses after victory in Munich changed the course of Chelsea history, Oscar was anointed by Mourinho as the lynchpin of the new Chelsea a year later. That idea fizzled out even quicker than Mourinho’s second tenure, but Oscar remained a key part of José’s title win.

When Conte arrived, the then 24-year-old’s two-way game was, in theory, going to be a great fit, with the expected switch to a three-man midfield. Alas, Conte ended up going with a two-man midfield in a 3-4-3, and Oscar found himself falling further down the pecking order.

He had just enough oomph to reach 200 career appearances for the club, before taking the money on offer from the Chinese Super League he remains their record transfer thanks to the league changing its rules soon after, in part precisely because of his transfer. However, his exploits in China have shown that he remains a special talent, a valuable asset for any team.

Oscar’s first year in China wasn’t the best. He started with a goal on his debut, but was later suspended eight matches for inciting a brawl. They finished second in the league, lost the Cup final, and were eliminated in the semifinals of the AFC Champions League. By the end of the year, rumors of a swift return to Europe were starting to swirl.

And while that may still happen he is still just 27 Oscar’s second season had been much better as he won the Chinese Super league and was first runner up to Wu Lei as the CSL player of the year. Oscar had been key to that effort, setting a career high in goals with 12 (16 in all competitions) and adding 18 assists, the new Chinese Super League record.

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