Chelsea prepared to report Bayern to Federation Internationale de Football Association over Hudson-Odoi

Heather Diaz
January 10, 2019

Chelsea star Callum Hudson-Odoi has warned the club they risk losing him on a free if they block his wish to join Bayern Munich.

The Spaniard said of an exciting club colleague: "He is a good player, but he is very young".

Edwards, who was Chelsea's under-18 coach before stepping up to take charge of their development squad in 2017, has played a key role in the Hudson-Odoi's progress.

'It was a general question from him.

Hudson-Odoi's selection to start Tuesday's 1-0 defeat by Tottenham at Wembley in the first leg of the Carabao Cup semi-finals was a shock, but he gave a good account of himself in a match that Chelsea were unlucky to lose.

'You can see it from both sides. I wish him all the best, but for me I just wish he stays with us. The Argentine is now on loan at AC Milan, but the London club want to sign him this January.

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Hudson-Odoi's outing against Spurs was only his 12th senior professional appearance, making the proposed fee all the more remarkable, but Rudiger believes that his team-mate lives up to the hype, despite his inexperience.

"I hope that his refusal of signing a new contract at Chelsea is based on a want to play more football".

"They can't really turn around and say, 'Oh you've met the asking price, actually we want a different price'".

"The guy stopped, if we have to wait for VAR I think he has to continue, but he stopped in the middle of the park".

Honigstein said: "First of all, the [Jadon] Sancho factor is absolutely relevant here because Bayern were in for him as well but he left, he went to Dortmund, and I think that there is a real fear on Bayern's behalf that if they miss out on the next big thing coming out of England that they would come to regret it".

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