Lampard urges Hudson-Odoi to snub Bayern Munich

Carrie Guzman
January 13, 2019

"Then I don't know what to say, I don't know the situation". 'They are talking about a player under contract with Chelsea, so they didn't respect our club I think.

On Fabregas, Sarri repeated his belief the midfielder should be allowed to go, adding: "I need a replacement, but I don't need a very important player like Cesc unhappy here".

Ruben Loftus-Cheek (back) is out and Morata (hamstring) is doubtful when the Blues face Newcastle, with Sarri hinting Hudson-Odoi and Andreas Christensen would drop to the substitutes' bench.

"Because in this moment in Europe there are 300 players involved in the market and they need to think only to the next match otherwise it's impossible to play".

Coach Maurizio Sarri is a fan of Willian, and although he thinks he can improve - he says he does not want to lose him. I am very happy with the player, because he's improving a lot, I think, in the defensive phase. They are also usually the first to deny any reports falsely linking them with various big name players and are usually very efficient in their ways of signing players for low fees.

But one star that has been heavily linked with a move away is Hudson-Odoi, with Bayern Munich aggressively pursuing the 18-year-old. He's got unbelievable qualities.

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'Bayern Munich? We are Chelsea, another great team and the Premier League is the most competitive league in the world.

It's hard to tell whether Hudson-Odoi simply wanted to avoid the cameras being on him or was in general disagreement with the chants asking him to stay.

And although Hudson-Odoi did seem like an appealing long-term replacement for either of those two world-class wingers, the Bavarians will have more than one reason to cut the deal off due to Chelsea's audacious demands.

Betway's Alan Alger said: "Bayern Munich have made no secret of their desire to lure Callum Hudson-Odoi to Germany in January and the odds suggest the move could be on the cards sooner rather than later".

However, Sarri has urged him to stay and fight for his place and moved to condemn Bayern's public pursuit of Chelsea's academy graduate.

The 35-year-old is set to leave the Bundesliga champions at the end of the season.

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