After Cesc Fabregas' infamous moment on Chelsea's Premier League title parade in May this year, most of us must have thought that after spending three years in England, Oscar still have not learned how to speak English. But there is an interview from Sky Sports that will prove all of us wrong.
In the interview, Oscar speaks about his desire to stay with the club amidst all the Juventus rumours that have lost a bit of momentum in the last few weeks.
My future is in Chelsea. I have the new contract and I love Chelsea; I want to stay here for a long time
Reassuring words from one of our best players. We love you too, Oscar.
The Brazilian player also spoke of Falcao and how he believes Chelsea will take the most out of the out-of-favour Colombian striker.
We want [him] to play his best here. I think everyone will help Falcao to play [his] best because we know he is a really great player
Oscar also took time to speak about Chelsea's new signing Kenedy. A fellow Brazilian, he has joined Chelsea's training camp ahead of his transfer's official confirmation with Fluminense's -- Kenedy's former club -- consent.
He has [the ability to play in the Premier League]. Of course he needs to play [...] to improve [his] game but Mourinho is the best coach and [he has] Brazilian guys and everyone [will] help him
That is certainly one of the good things about the Brazilian contingent in Chelsea: they know how tough it is to adapt to England and the Premier League and they help each other out. While Kenedy's chances of staying with Chelsea's first-team are practically zero given how he does not have the requirements to get a work permit, the club was confident enough to give him a run at pre-season to show José Mourinho and possible loan suitors his skills.
May both of Oscar and Kenedy stay Blue for quite a long time.