Jose Mourinho says he is not concerned by Paris Saint-Germain's reported interest in Eden Hazard and Oscar, but admits he would be forced to listen to an outrageous offer.
Chelsea are set to take on Ligue 1 leaders PSG in the Champions League next week, but before they play, attentions have turned to a potential major summer transfer deal.
Various reports emerged on Friday morning that the big-spending PSG were preparing a £90m summer move for Oscar and Hazard.
But Mourinho has no plans to sell the Chelsea duo, who have arguably been the standout performers at Stamford Bridge this season. However, the Chelsea boss was forced to admit that he would consider a bid in the region of £300m for the pair.
"No. It's not irritating. No problem," said Mourinho to reporters. "If there is Financial Fair Play, they don't have money to buy them.
"If there is no Financial Fair Play and they threw something crazy, £300 million for both, I think Chelsea has to think about it."
Hazard has been one of the in-form players in the Premier League this season, scoring 14 goals from an advanced midfield position while Oscar displaced Juan Mata from the Chelsea team, leading to his departure to Manchester United.
Both are expected to star for their respective countries at the World Cup as well as contribute to Chelsea's assault on all fronts under Mourinho next season.