Chelsea discussing Hudson-Odoi clause and have agreed two transfer deals

Chelsea discussing Hudson-Odoi clause and have agreed two transfer deals

Chelsea discussing Hudson-Odoi clause and have agreed two transfer deals

Hudson-Odoi has only made one substitute appearance in the Premier League this season but has starred in cup competitions for the Blues.

Bayern have made several bids for the 18-year-old England youth worldwide since the transfer window opened, with their latest bid reported to be £35 million.

Chelsea want to keep Hudson-Odoi but are conscious that he only has 18 months left on his current contract and has threatened not to extend his deal if Bayern's offer is rejected.

Maurizio Sarri has lashed out at Bayern Munich for their "unprofessional" behaviour after the Bundesliga club publicly expressed their interest in Chelsea starlet Callum Hudson-Odoi, AFP reports. "So they didn't respect our club, I think", Sarri told reporters on Friday. Lampard has admired Hudson-Odoi's performances from afar and hopes the England Under-19 global is still a Chelsea player when the January transfer window closes.

Sarri said: "I think that it's not professional, because they are talking about a player under contract with Chelsea. I don't know anything about the market day by day or minute by minute".

Sarri said he was not aware of any approach to Willian, but added: "Of course [I don't want to lose him] because he is really very important".

He said: 'As you know very well I am not involved in the market. The club knows my opinion.

Meanwhile, Chelsea FC are now preparing for their home Premier League clash against Newcastle United at Stamford Bridge on Saturday night.

He told beIN Sports: "He is one of the best (young players) in Europe. You are better off getting your chance and if you get that chance then you have to take it", he said.

Hudson-Odoi is the son of former Hearts of Oak Ghanaian midfielder Bismark Odoi which makes him eligible to play for the senior national team, Black Stars, despite representing England at every age group from under-16 to under-19 level.

"If the Blues manage to hold onto the 18-year-old in January, it still looks as if he'll be a Bayern player in the summer with a move to Allianz Arena available at just 4/11".

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