Chelsea have reportedly rejected a mouth watering £75million bid for Oscar from Chinese Side, Jiangsu Suning.
According to the Telegraph, the side that had recently signed Ramires from Chelsea wanted to add another Brazilian to their ranks. The attempted bid shows the financial power coming out of the growing Chinese Super League.
Oscar has been subject to interest from sides around Europe in recent seasons, with the midfielder struggling to find any form of consistency at Stamford Bridge.
Had the club accepted the offer, they would have made a very healthy profit from the midfielder who joined the club in 2012 for £19million from Sport Club Internacional.
The deal would have been the most expensive transfer involving the Chinese Super League, surpassing Jackson Martinez and Alex Teixeira, who have all recently made big money moves.
It would have also been the second highest transfer fee received by a British club, only behind Tottenham when they sold Gareth Bale to Real Madrid.