Oscar hinted that it would be good to return to European leagues.

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Former Chelsea midfielder Oscar has hinted that he may return to Europe once more. Since moving to the Chinese Super League in 2016

The 31-year-old moved from Antonio Conte-managed Chelsea to Shanghai SIPG for a reported £67 million.

His price not only broke the transfer record for an Asian club, but also But his football career is around £400,000 a week. making him one of the highest earning footballers in the world

Oscar was part of foreign players drawn to the Chinese Super League in the mid-2010s, but as of 2020 a salary cap has been set for players. UFABET Foreign players can only earn £2.7million per year.

Although the situation has changed and 3 seasons with China’s COVID-free policy affecting the league. But the Brazilian playmaker is still happy with his decision to play outside of Europe.

Oscar also revealed:

“I think I learned a lot. In the five years that I’ve been at Chelsea I’ve been very important to the team.

“I left at a time when we won a lot of games with [Antonio] Conte, I played the first 15 league games and then I got injured. Later I started on the bench. But the team kept on winning and Conte used the same kit.

“I lost my place in the team, the opportunity from Shanghai came and I accepted it. I have no regrets I had a beautiful path there, in my career, I was able to do everything that I dreamed of. And I’m very happy here too.”

“When I left Europe at the age of 25, I was constantly getting offers to come back.

“But nothing comes close. Or make me stop walking and go back While playing for Chelsea for five years I fulfilled my dream of playing for a big club in Europe.

“But if you’re going to paint something in a really cool team. Of course we can think about it.”

Oscar also revealed that the Premier League is his favorite league, saying: “It’s a similar game to mine. It’s a very dynamic and fast game. So it’s my favorite league.”

“If I can go back to the Premier League. It would be awesome. I like Italy too I have an Italian passport.”

Oscar joined Chelsea from Internacional in 2012, making 144 appearances for the Blues before leaving the club four years later.