Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has shrugged off speculation that Paris St-Germain are planning to table bids for Oscar and Eden Hazard in the summer.
Reports in France suggest the big-spending Ligue 1 champions want both Blues stars and intend to tempt Chelsea with huge offers.
But Mourinho insists neither player is for sale – and believes Financial Fair Play rules mean PSG would not be able to buy them in any case.
He said: “It [the speculation] is not irritating. It is no problem.
“If there is FFP, they don’t have the money to bid. If there is no FFP and they offer something crazy like £300m for both then I think Chelsea has to consider it.”
Mourinho declared earlier this season that there was “no chance” Hazard would be sold.