Sarri believes Hudson-Odoi should stay at Chelsea

Sarri believes Hudson-Odoi should stay at Chelsea

Chelsea youngster Callum Hudson-Odoi was coy when quizzed about speculation linking him with a move to Bayern Munich this month.

This came hours after reports had suggested that the Blues had accepted an offer from Bayern Munich, which the club were quick to deny.

Hudson-Odoi said: 'I've just got to be patient and keep working hard.

The winger has just 18 months on his Chelsea contract and is understood to be keen on a move to the Bundesliga, but Sarri has urged him to turn it down.

Fabregas appeared to say his goodbyes to Chelsea's fans on Saturday during and after the 2-0 win over Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup.

"He is a very interesting player whom we absolutely want to sign up", the former Bayern player said.

"I think he won everything with this club". I can play with only two wingers, three is hard. He can play, of course. You want Willian on the bench?

"Sad for everybody when you lose this kind of player, this kind of person, but I think everybody has to stand up and clap the hands for him because he deserves it".

Hudson-Odoi was hooked towards the close of the game against Tottenham as the Blues chased an equaliser.

"The 18-year-old is clearly a special talent and they should be doing all they can to stop him joining one of the biggest clubs in Europe".

'He played like a player of 25 or 26 years. After holding out on signing an improved contract for some time now, Hudson-Odoi recently informed Chelsea he has no intentions of spending his future with them.

Maurizio Sarri wants a new midfielder for Chelsea after advising Cesc Fabregas to leave the club for the good of his career.

But Sarri believes Hudson-Odoi is still better off at Stamford Bridge.

"With the midfielders we are in trouble as, without Cesc, we only have five", he said. Because he is an English player, very young.

He added: "To be honest of all the young players I have seen at Chelsea, he is the shooting star for me. To stay here is better for him". "I'm happy to have made my decision for Chelsea".

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