Oscar has told French media that he has had contact with Paris St Germain this summer but has no plans to leave Chelsea. The 22-year-old Brazilian is the latest Stamford Bridge star to be linked to PSG, with Eden Hazard heavily rumoured to have been high on Laurent Blanc’s summer wishlist before he confirmed his commitment to Chelsea. Fellow Brazilian David Luiz also recently sealed a big-money move to the French capital. Press Association Oscar, who has played a key role for the hosts in the World Cup so far, has now followed in the footsteps of Hazard in publicly declaring he wants to stay at the London club. “I had contact with PSG, it’s true but it did not go further,” he is quoted as saying by L’Equipe. “The next season, I will stay at Chelsea.”
Sabres owner Terry Pegula eager to end playoff drought NHL trade rumors: Senators, Maple Leafs have ‘tentative’ deal in place for Nikita Zaitsev James Reimer is apparently Carolina bound after Florida found its trade partner.According to TSN, the Panthers have traded the veteran goaltender to the Hurricanes for Scott Darling and a 2020 sixth-round pick. It had been reported that Reimer was on his way out of Florida since he is owed $3.4 million over each of the next two seasons. He has two years remaining on the five-year contract he signed with Florida in July 2016. Related News Darling won’t be in Florida for long, though, as the Panthers have placed him on unconditional waivers for the purpose of a buyout, the report noted. The buyout will save the Panthers $2.4 million in salary cap space next season and just under $200,000 in 2020-21. However, it will cost the team $659,000 in cap space over the next two years.After acquiring Scott Darling from the #Canes, the #Panthers have placed Scott Darling on waivers for the purpose of a buyoutWith 2 years left in his contract the buyout will last 4 years with the following cap hit2019-20 $1.233M2020-21 $2.333M2021-22 $1.183M2022-23 $1.183M pic.twitter.com/IQg4ELNieh— CapFriendly (@CapFriendly) June 30, 2019Reimer, 31, posted a 13-12-5 record in 29 starts with a .900 save percentage and a 3.09 GAA last season as the backup for the newly retired Roberto Luongo.