Chelsea winger Oscar is set to join Shanghai SIPG in January 2017 The Brazilian has not started a Premier League game for the Blues since September 2016 He will be joining the sum for the sum of £52million
Chelsea midfielder Oscar will be leaving Stamford bridge in January 2017 as the Brazilian player will be joining Chinese club Shanghai SIPG for a mega move of £52 million.
This season, Oscar has fallen out of favor at Chelsea under new coach Antonio Conte as the 25-year-old has not started a Premier League game for the Blues since September 2016.
Joining Shanghai SIPG will make the Brazilian star become the most expensive signing by a Chinese Super League club and he is expected to be under his former coach at Chelsea Andrea Villas-Boas.
Oscar joined Chelsea in the year 2012 from Internacional and he has played 203 games for the Blues scoring 38 goals.
He won the Europa League title with Chelsea in 2012, League Cup in 2015 and also the Premier League diadem in 2015.