Chelsea star Oscar has revealed he has had contact with Paris Saint Germain regarding a summer move but will snub the French giants to stay at Stamford Bridge next season.
The Brazilian international move to West London in summer 2012 after the Blues paid around £25m to secure his services.
Oscar has since become a key player under all Roberto Di Matteo, Rafa Benitez and Jose Mourinho.
Indeed, Mourinho even allowed Juan Mata to move to Manchester United in January because Oscar was his first choice for the playmaker role.
The Portuguese boss has since criticised him for a dip in form in the second half of lasu season, coinciding with Chelsea's exit from the Champions League.
"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 on a high and during the World Cup he will be on a high," Mourinho said.
Mourinho's comments suggest his relationship with the Brazilian star has cooled with reports claiming that PSG were prepared to pay around £40m to secure his services.
PSG manager Laurent Blanc confirmed his interest in both David Luiz and Oscar.
"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," said Blanc.
And while PSG secured Luiz's services earlier in May, Oscar has revealed he was also tempted by the French big spenders.
"I had contact with PSG," he said to L'equipe.
Nevertheless, the player, who is currently excelling at the World Cup with Brazil, claims he is likely to stay at Stamford Bridge next season.
"It's true but it did not go further. The next season, I will stay at Chelsea."