Chelsea fans rave over 'outstanding' Callum Hudson-Odoi after Spurs display

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Callum Hudson-Odoi tells Chelsea he wants to leave the club this month

10 January, 2019

Chelsea have so far refused to sell the England Under-19s global to Bayern, but The Mirror claims that the Blues now face further competition to keep hold of the teenage forward as Juventus are also preparing a bid.

Hudson-Odoi is unhappy with the amount of playing time he has been given by Sarri and is refusing to extend a contract that has 18 months remaining, prompting interest from other clubs. "Sometimes he will be on the bench but I think I can start to consider him on the same level as Willian and Pedro".

"He is very young but he is improving, especially in the defensive phase".

Fabregas was emotional in appearing to bid farewell after Chelsea's win over Forest at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. I saw him every day in training.

Chelsea have refused three offers from Bayern Munich for the youngster so far as the Bavarians look to land him this month - and they have again said no to a fourth bid to take him to Germany now. The manager's said that he wants him to stay, and there's a position there.

Hudson-Odoi has impressed for Chelsea. He has an offer for two years.

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He was given a starting place by Blues boss Sarri for the Carabao Cup semi-final first leg at Wembley, which Tottenham won 1-0 courtesy of Harry Kane's first-half penalty.

"We are lucky because our academy is very good. I don't know the situation with the club but for me he is an important player". "In my opinion, he needs to go".

Max Bielefeld of Sky Sports has reported that the teenager has handed in a transfer request, and that the club will try "everything" to keep the player during this January transfer window.

Following Hudson-Odoi's performance against Tottenham, Maurizio Sarri said: "He played like a player of 25, 26 years, I think".

"Without Cesc we are only five, so we are in trouble".

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