Bayern Munich raise offer for Chelsea’s Callum Hudson-Odoi to £35m

Bayern Munich raise offer for Chelsea’s Callum Hudson-Odoi to £35m

Javier Howell
January 10, 2019

Sky Sports are reporting that the German Giants have tabled a fourth bid of £35 million for the England U19 global, which includes no buy back option - something fellow Bundesliga side RB Leipzig had been prepared to include in any deal.

The manager said, "Hudson-Odoi in the last week has been very normal".

Sarri said midfielder Cesc Fabregas, who is expected to join Monaco, should leave Chelsea for the good of his career.

Numerous reports claim that the Germans have already agreed with the player and his agent about the details of a potential contract.

Hudson-Odoi looks ever more likely to be leaving Stamford Bridge but will Chelsea regret letting it get to this point?

The Chelsea FC talent made two assists in the FA Cup win at Stamford Bridge to help the west London side book their place in the next round. "In my opinion, he needs to go".

Chelsea fear they are fighting a losing battle in their bid to keep Callum Hudson-Odoi, despite the winger being handed a surprise start in the Carabao Cup semi-final first-leg against Tottenham Hotspur.

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Hudson-Odoi has made eight appearances in the Premier League for Chelsea this season.

"He played like a player of 25, 26 years, I think".

Sarri added that Chelsea would need to sign a replacement for Fabregas in January but would not comment on speculation linking them with Cagliari's Nicolo Barella. "I don't want a very important player like Cesc to be unhappy".

And Salihamidzic has confirmed that the club are keen on signing the winger, telling reporters at Bayern's winter training camp in Doha: "He's a very interesting player that we really want to sign".

"But it is about time Chelsea gave their best youngsters a chance and it was a big show of faith by Sarri to start Hudson-Odoi at Wembley".

Sarri also told Chelsea fans to focus on supporting their team instead of directing chants at Spurs fans in Tuesday's tie.