Bayern Munich match Chelsea’s asking price for Callum Hudson-Odoi

Bayern Munich match Chelsea’s asking price for Callum Hudson-Odoi

Bayern Munich match Chelsea’s asking price for Callum Hudson-Odoi

The Ligue 1 club, now being coached by Fabregas' former Arsenal team mate Thierry Henry, are apparently not willing to pay what Chelsea are asking for a player whose contract ends in June this year.

Chelsea boss Sarri is adamant staying put is a better option for Hudson-Odoi, however, predicting a bright future for him at Stamford Bridge if he stays.

Hudson-Odoi has 18 months remaining on his current deal and Bayern are prepared to pay Chelsea more than the £31million Southampton received for Luke Shaw from Manchester United in 2014.

Bayern Munich lodged a third bid for the forward this week, but Sarri insists Hudson-Odoi has shown no signs of distraction.

"We have important players in the same position, you want Willian or Pedro on the bench?"

In only his sixth senior start for Chelsea, Hudson-Odoi was named Man of the Match, after providing both assists for Alvaro Morata's two goals.

The Italian also said that Hudson-Odoi being a product of the academy was important for Chelsea, who have reportedly rejected a £20m offer for the teenager.

"We definitely want to sign him - he has the qualities which would fit very well into our team", Bayern's director of sport Hasan Salihamidzic said on Wednesday at their winter training camp in Doha.

Hudon-Odoi would like to establish himself as a first team player.

On Saturday, Fabregas played what looks to be his lasyt game for Chelsea in the 2-0 win over Notthingham Forest in the FA Cup, and seemingly waved his goodbyes to the crowd when coming off in the 85th minute.

"Since my departure from Arsenal we talk every two or three days with Cesc It has not changed in recent days".

'In the last match he played very well and today very well. "Secondly, because I do not want players on the pitch who are at risk of substitution like Willian, Pedro or Olivier Giroud so I prefer to play with young players".

Chelsea are a club often criticised for their approach to young players, and bringing through new talent.

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