Brazil international David Luiz keen to link up with compatriots at the Parc des Princes.
David Luiz has hinted that he could quit Chelsea this summer for Ligue 1 outfit PSG.
The centre-half has been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge since Jose Mourinho returned as Blues boss earlier this month, with Real Madrid and Barcelona both thought to be interested in the Brazil international.
After joining Chelsea from Benfica in 2011, Luiz has established himself as an important part of Chelsea’s squad and made nearly 60 appearances for the first-team this season.
The versatile 26-year-old was utilised at defensive midfield by former boss Rafa Benitez but Mourinho reportedly does not rate Luiz at either centre-half or in midfield, and is willing to offload the player this summer to fund new signings.
Luiz is currently on international duty at the Confederations Cup in his homeland and has admitted he would be interested in joining Ligue 1 champions PSG, who have a number of Brazilian players already on their books.
“I’m talking a lot about PSG and its project with Brazilian players,” Luiz is quoted as saying by The Sun.
“The club made a good job in Ligue 1, and there have a very good players like Lucas Moura, Thiago Motta, Maxwell, Thiago Silva.
“And I don’t speak about it with others, just Brazilians.”