The player was speculated to leave after failing to pen down contract extension.
Chelsea finally have a solution to their striker problem. The Blues after month’s speculation have signed Gonzalo Higuain on loan from Juventus. Higuain’s arrival might help Chelsea to score more goals. Chelsea scored the least number of goals in top 4 this season. However, Higuain’s arrival means this players is set to leave Chelsea.
Callum Hudson-Odoi wants Bayern Munich transfer completed very soon after Gonzalo Higuain arrival. The Chelsea forward’s future is back on the agenda after Gonzalo Higuain’s arrival. And his hopes of joining the German giants are expected to become clear in the next five days as talks continue. The 18-year-old will tell Chelsea he wants decent game time, which he is likely to get at Bayern.
He has been given starts in the cup since Bayern’s interest has emerged. But he only has 61 minutes of Premier League football under his belt this season. Bayern want to make him Arjen Robben’s replacement at Allianz Arena. Regular football with the Champions League heavyweights is tempting the teenager to go for a move. Chelsea want to Hudson-Odoi to extend his contract beyond the end of next season. However he have been told that developing as a player is a bigger concern than money.
Hudson-Odoi has reportedly turned down Chelsea’s offer of a new £85,000-a-week contract, with Bayern bidding around £35m for him.
Jadon Sancho has paved the way in Bundesliga with his move from Manchester City, while Phil Foden has stayed at the Etihad but has not started a Premier League game this season. Hudson-Odoi is expected to feature against Tottenham as the Blues look to advance into the Carabao Cup final. Maurizio Sarri’s side trail Spurs by 1-0 going into the second leg at Stamford Bridge.
It’s amazing to think that he’s not even made a Premier League start yet but he’s in demand. It simply tells Chelsea haven’t learnt from their past mistakes. They sold Salah, Cuadrado and De Bruyne instead of developing them. Bayern is the right move for Odoi and it seems not only Chelsea but Premier League is no place for a promising youngster at a top club.