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Brazilian star wants Chelsea 'dream'

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Brazilian playmaker Oscar is confident he can be a success at Chelsea, should be complete his 'dream' move to Stamford Bridge this summer.

The 20-year-old has been frequently linked with the Blues over the past few weeks, and could complete a move from Porto Alegre to London as soon as Friday.

Oscar reportedly underwent a medical last week after Chelsea agreed a fee in the region of £25 million with Internacional, and the young playmaker is now desperate to get started with Roberto di Matteo's side.

"If I go to Chelsea, it will be a dream - a big club in Europe," Oscar told the press.

"I'm sure I'll have a great Olympics, and if it is to be Chelsea, I will do a great job there."

Chelsea fans were provided with a first glimpse of Oscar on English soil when he played for Brazil during their encounter with Great Britain last Friday, with the former emerging as comfortable victors.

Tottenham midfielder Sandro headed Brazil in front at the Riverside Stadium, before Neymar completed the scoring from the penalty spot after Micah Richards had fouled Hulk in the penalty area.

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