Chelsea midfielder Oscar has insisted that he will not be heading to China and has said he is committed to the Stamford Bridge outfit.
The Blues reportedly rejected a £57 million offer from Jiangsu Suning for the 24-year-old, with the Chinese Super League side having successfully negotiated the transfer of Brazilian midfielder Ramires from Chelsea for £25 million last month.
However, Oscar, who is contracted to Chelsea until June 2019, has made it clear that he wants to continue plying his trade with the reigning Premier League champions.
“I want to stay here for a long time,” Oscar told Chelsea TV. “I want to win more games, more trophies, because I love Chelsea, I love the fans. I like the city, my family like it here.
“I don’t have [a reason to] change the club. Everyone likes me here and I’m very happy here.”
Oscar has scored eight goals and notched up three assists in 28 games in all competitions this season.