Bayern Munich raise offer for Chelsea’s Callum Hudson-Odoi to £35m

       Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic says he would like to sign Chelsea's 18-year-old Callum

0:15 Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic says he would like to sign Chelsea's 18-year-old Callum

On Tuesday evening Chelsea fans received a bit of good news, Callum Hudson-Odoi would be starting the first leg of the semi-final of the Carabao Cup against Tottenham Hotspur.

Asked whether joining Bayern would be a good move for Hudson-Odoi, Sarri replied: "I don't think so, because he is an English player".

The manager said, "Hudson-Odoi in the last week has been very normal".

Bayern Munich have had two bids rejected by Chelsea, who are desperate to keep the England Under-19 winger, who created two goals for Álvaro Morata on his second start of the season in...

He's regarded as Chelsea's brightest young talent - and with that title, it's unsurprising that another team is trying to land him this month - even if it is Bayern Munich.

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Chelsea have also been linked with an interest Barella and the club reportedly tabled a bid to take the midfielder to Stamford Bridge in this month recently, while Manchester United are also in the mix. I saw him every day in training. I don't know the situation with the club.

The 59-year-old added that although he wants the player to remain at Stamford Bridge, he hasn't held any talks regarding a new contract. British media have reported the German champion is ready to spend 30 million pounds ($38 million) on Hudson-Odoi.

"If I was his agent, I'd be sitting down with him and saying be patient, stay at Chelsea". Of course we have very important players in the same position and I can play with only two wingers.

"He is very young, but now he is improving, especially in the defensive phase".

But after Chelsea announced the signing of Christian Pulisic last week, chances for Hudson-Odoi to make an impact in the first team next season are likely to be limited.

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