Former Chelsea midfielder Oscar has reiterated that he is open to returning to Stamford Bridge once his Shanghai Port deal expires.
The 29-year-old spent four-and-a-half seasons with the Blues before making the move to China in 2017 on a big-money contract.
Oscar still has another three seasons to run on his latest deal, but the Brazilian would like to one day return to European football and Chelsea in particular.
For sure, but first I have to think on returning to a top side in Europe. I think I will have some opportunities,” he told Goal.
“I hope I can continue to play like I’m playing here, so I know I’ll have open doors for me as well.
“I have a good relationship with Chelsea, I have huge fondness for the club and its supporters. So, after my contract is over it’s one of the clubs that I will consider with all of my heart.”
Oscar has made 146 appearances for Shanghai Port – previously known as Shanghai SIPG – and has scored 44 goals.