Chelsea and Tottenham target only focused on winning a gold medal at London 2012

20:55 23 July 2012

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Brazil's Oscar is reportedly a target for Chelsea.

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Oscar is looking for success in the football tournament

Chelsea and Tottenham target Oscar insists that he is only interested in winning a gold medal at the Olympic Games.

The 20-year-old is part of the Brazil squad as they look to win their first gold medal in men’s football having won bronze in Beijing.

“Like all the team, I am totally focused on winning the gold medal,” Oscar said.

“They (his agent and advisers) are sorting those other things out for me, and keeping me informed. I just focus on playing here and on growing and becoming better.

“If I go to Chelsea it will be a dream come true. They are one of the greatest teams in Europe. I am confident I will have a good Olympics and, if I go to Chelsea, I will arrive feeling good.”

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