Juventus could make a move for Chelsea FC star Oscar according to reports in Italy.

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The report says that Juventus manager Massimo Allegri make a move for Chelsea FC star Oscar, with the former AC Milan boss being a keen admirer of the Braziling for some time and wanting to add another playmaker to his squad following the addition of Sami Khedira to his midfield.

Speculation is rife that Andrea Pirlo could be set to make a move to MLS side New York City FC prompting Juventus to move for Oscar.

However, it remains a big question mark if Chelsea FC manager Jose Mourinho will be allowing the player to move given how crucial he has been in Chelsea’s run to the Premier League title, their first in 5 years.

Oscar played 35 games in all competitions, scoring eight goals and registering the same amount of assists.

Jose Mourinho has confirmed that Chelsea FC will be making three new signings in the summer, including one in midfield.

However, he has made it clear that the priority remains to retain the current bunch of players and adding to the competition in his squad.

Chelsea FC are locked in a battle with Manchester United for the signature of Brazilian centre back Joao Miranda from Atletico Madrid. Reports also suggest that Chelsea FC are considering a 14 million pound bid for Toby Alderweireld following an impressive first season in the premier league.

The club are also thought to be close to competing the signing of Manchester United flop Radamel Falcao with Mourinho determined to get the best out of the forward who had terrorized defenses across Europe for Atletico Madrid and FC Porto.

Mourinho and Chelsea FC will have to look for a replacement for the departing Petr Cech, who looks more and more likely to join Arsenal FC over Manchester United.

And contrary to reports of his exit, Juan Cuadrado is very much a part of the plan at Chelsea FC much like Oscar, with Mourinho dismissing any exit reports of the Colombian winger who has found life difficult in England after setting the pitch on fire in Serie A.