Juventus are set to renew their chase for Chelsea midfielder Oscar during the summer, amidst speculation that the Brazilian does not feature in Antonio Conte’s plans.

The Italy head coach will leave his post after the European Championship, and has been widely tipped to become the next Chelsea manager ahead of the 2016/17 campaign.

And it has been suggested that Oscar is not yet guaranteed to be part of Conte's plans at Stamford Bridge, as the former Juventus boss is planning to build a more physically robust Chelsea side once he joins the club in the summer.

Juventus are ready to pounce on the opportunity, and according to Tuttosport are set to rekindle their interest in the midfielder, who may also be open to leaving Chelsea as the club are not expected to play European football next season.

The Italian champions tried their luck with Oscar last summer too, but then Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho had no plans to sell the midfielder at any cost.  


However, things may have changed this time around, and Juventus are ready to fork out the €30m needed to snare the Brazilian midfielder away from west London at the end of the season.

Oscar joined Chelsea from Internacional in 2012, and has won the Premier League, the League Cup and the Europa League with the club.

He has a contract until 2019 with the Blues.