David Luiz-Oscar
David Luiz-OscarReuters

Paris Saint-Germain manager Laurent Blanc has revealed that the French club are interested in signing Chelsea stars Oscar and David Luiz.

The Brazilian internationals have been strongly linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge in recent times. The defender has been a transfer target for Spanish giants Barcelona and has reportedly agreed a deal in joining the Catalan club after the World Cup.

In addition to this, Luiz has been linked to Ligue 1 champions, along with Oscar. The PSG manager has confirmed the French outfit are keen on bringing the Brazilian duo to Parc des Princes in the summer transfer window.

"I'm happy to continue the adventure with an ambitious project. It's a pleasure to see that Paris trust me," Goal.com quoted Blanc as saying.

"You have to be realistic. When you have all the means at the disposal of PSG, it's embarrassing that you can't do what you want [because of FFP]."

"But we have the opportunity to prepare a good team. You have to target the needs and the positions. Oscar and David Luiz are very good players. They will interest PSG," he concluded.

Despite Luiz attracting interest from Barcelona, the centre-back has not ruled out a future move to Paris.

"I like Paris. It's a superb city. Whenever I have a little time, I take a train and go there. I go there often. To play there? You never know. We'll see. It would be cool to play with Thiago Silva in Paris, or even in the street like when we were kids," Luiz explained

Meanwhile, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho criticised Oscar for his dip in form in the second half of the season. The former Real Madrid boss said the imminent World Cup in Brazil could have been a distraction for the star.

"There are things you can't resolve. He was our best player for months, from August to December. He was absolutely fantastic. After that he's been up and down. I can imagine, in a couple of weeks, he will be in a high and during the World Cup he will be in a high," Mourinho said.

Should Oscar and Luiz make a switch to Ligue 1, they would join Brazilian teammates Thiago Silva and Lucas Moura at PSG.