After speculations of nouveau riche French side Paris St Germain’s audacious move to land Chelsea’s dazzling duo Oscar and Eden Hazard, manager Jose Mourinho has come out with his own inventive way of dealing things. The Portuguese came out in the Press to claim a whopping 300m for the duo. In the interview he was quoted as saying, “No its not irritating, certainly not. Both Oscar and Hazard are terrific players and I feel 300m is what PSG should pay to get them.”

Mourinho also said it would be very difficult to replace the dynamic duo stating Oscar is a complete package and a rare talent in modern day Football. For Hazard he said that he feels the Belgian is next best player after Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

PSG’s French midfielder sparked interests claiming that Hazard should ditch Chelsea and come to PSG. However unless the price is ridiculous, Chelsea are no way interested to part ways with the duo.

“If there is Financial Fair Play, they don’t have money to buy them. If there is no Financial Fair Play and they threw something crazy, £300million for both, I think Chelsea has to think about it.” However PSG’s dream to lure the duo perhaps might not be over as in the past the French side have paid over the blocks to get their transfer targets.

Elsewhere, Manchester United manager David Moyes has come under intense criticism from the fans who are planning a plane protest against the man in charge at Old Trafford. The Guardian claims that a ‘David Moyes out’ banner will be on display before United’s home game against Aston Villa at the weekend at Old Trafford. The former Everton manager certainly has to accept that the price on the ticket comes with bad results and poor performances.

An online social forum claims that United fans have mustered up £840 to give vent on their anger and frustration on the lack of results that the Scot had after his appointment in the summer. A group of United fans have also chartered a private plane with the message: ‘Wrong One: Moyes Out’ printed in red lettering aiming to embarrass the “Chosen One” in charge.