Former Liverpool midfielder, Danny Murphy has urged Chelsea winger, Callum Hudson-Odoi to leave Stamford and join Bayern Munich in a £35million deal this January transfer window.
Hudson-Odoi decided he wanted to leave Chelsea in the summer after growing exhausted of failed promises for game time, much like Paul Pogba did at Manchester United during his first spell at the club.
But Bayern, who trail league leaders Borussia Dortmund by six points, are still chasing their man and Salihamidzic sees Hudson-Odoi as an ideal player for the club.
Bayern Munich Sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic confirmed the German club's interest in the teenager today, and revealed that the German club want to sign Hudson-Odoi.
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Despite starting Chelsea's last two cup matches, Hudson-Odoi has struggled for regular game-time. "It was a general question from him".
"Of course, he asked me about Germany", Rudiger told the media after Chelsea's 1-0 loss to Tottenham on Tuesday night. 'He is still young, I can advise him, but at the end of the day he decides about his future.
Hudson-Odoi started at Wembley in midweek, but has made just one Premier League appearance all season. We'll see about the rest, ' he said. You can see it from both sides.
"I think the situation is a little bit similar to the one Manchester United experienced with [Paul] Pogba where after a certain time he simply did not believe the club anymore that his time was going to come, despite the best promises and all the things that [Sir Alex] Ferguson was telling him at the time".
"Of course, as a young player it's very important to play".