Date: 7th January 2019 at 4:47pm
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For someone who is just 18-years-of-age, Callum Hudson-Odoi is generating more than his fair share of media column inches.

It seems not a day goes by without there being something linking the teenager with a move away from Chelsea Football Club.

Today, the tabloid publication, the Sun, has taken its coverage to a whole new level by suggesting that Bayern Munich, in hoping to tempt the winger into a move to Bavaria, have suggested that they will honour his potential arrival by offering the #10 shirt that will be vacated by the departing Arjen Robben, come to the end of the season.

With a bid of £30 million on the table, could this enticement swing the deal?

I’d suggest not.

In fact, I’m of the belief that Chelsea are set to play their own trump card by offering Hudson-Odoi more regular first-team football, starting with a place in the starting eleven for the Carabao Cup semi-final first leg, against Tottenham Hotspur.

Then, depending on how he performs, Hudson-Odoi’s dream of being a regular starter, at Chelsea, could flourish.

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6 Replies to “The Race To Keep Young Starlet Starts For Real This Tuesday For Chelsea”

  • Pull your head out of the sand already. This kid is leaving. Our club heads are total morons. If the loan army isn’t already testament to that, what will it take to convince? A whole herd of on loan kids that NEVER get reined in. Why do we even have a youth Academy? It’s honestly just a distraction, and a huge waste of resources. This is a huge loss. Can’t say it enough. You will watch this lad become a world class footballer – albeit, somewhere else.

  • If CHO leaves, Sarri must take much or most of the blame for not giving him a chance to fight for a 1st team place after a great pre-season. Though i like Sarri, i would not be able to forget this huge blunder. Hoping against hope that CHO stays , we reject Bayern’s offer & we sell Willian/Pedro in the summer to convince CHO to sign a new contract.

  • As for the board, selling CHO would make me suspect that they value a profit more than the long term success of this club.

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