The West London club are looking to offload the midfielder.
Chelsea playmaker Oscar insists he is not leaving Chelsea, despite being strongly linked with a move to Serie A.
The Brazilian international is reportedly being lined up by Italian Champions Juventus. However, the Blues’ boss Mourinho wants to use this interest to his advantage.
Oscar is rumoured be used in a swap deal that would see star midfielder Paul Pogba move in the other direction to Stamford Bridge.
Despite this, Oscar isn’t worried about his poor form that has brought about such speculation, claiming he is happy at Chelsea.
He said: “I get along with everyone, and the club shows its praise towards me. Chelsea is one of the best clubs in the world, so I don’t see why I would think of leaving.”
But he also added: “I’m very happy with Chelsea’s season so far. I’m happy with my own performances but I do think I could have contributed more to the team.”
“I do think I could have contributed more.”
The 23-year old feels he can give more to the Chelsea to team, so he can nail down a first team spot rather than sit on the bench. He came on as a substitute in the recent victory at local rivals Queens Park Rangers.
Oscar also feels he could adapt more to Jose Mourinho’s tactics, which he often changes to suit the opposition come match day.
He said: “There are different tactics depending on the opponent we face and we respect the manager’s choices. Sometimes I ended up not playing the entire match but I’m doing my best to fulfil my role.”
It seems the Brazilian is fully focused on Chelsea, even if his future at the club is in doubt. He is focusing on winning the Premier League title, but understands that the team face tough games against Manchester United and Arsenal.