Chelsea's David Luiz has revealed he has spoken to his compatriots about Paris Saint-Germain and their ambitious "project".
After spending in the excess of £120m on their extravagant squad last summer, the Ligue 1 champions have every intention of continuing their spree this summer, with Brazilian international Luiz reportedly being targeted by the club.
The 26-year-old is currently in his homeland with the Brazil squad as they compete in the Confederations Cup, the final warm up act for next year's World Cup. Paris Saint-Germain's strong Brazilian contingent has played an important role in their immediate success, and Luiz happily admits he discusses the Parisian project with his fellow samba stars.
"I speak about Paris Saint Germain and its project with my Brazilian teammates," Luiz told TF1, ESPN report.
"The club has done some good work in Ligue 1, and there are some very good players such as Lucas Moura, Thiago Motta, Maxwell and Thiago Silva."
Despite playing an increasingly influential role at Stamford Bridge since making his transition from centre half to defensive midfielder last season, Luiz's future in west London remains uncertain.
Jose Mourinho has reportedly identified the former Benfica star as an asset the club could potentially let go if they receive the right offer, as the returning 'Special One' seeks to reshape the Chelsea squad in his own vision.
Barcelona have been touted as another possible destination for the versatile Chelsea man, but recent reports suggest that the La Liga champions have shifted their focus to Arsenal's Laurent Koscielny as a possible solution to their wafer-thin defensive options.
Luiz signed a new five year contract at Chelsea as recently as September last year and has enjoyed a celebrated status amongst Blues fans, but questions of his future continue to be asked.
The Brazilian partnered PSG's Silva at the heart of defence in the selecao's 3-0 win over Japan in the opening game of their Confederations Cup campaign on Saturday night.