Chelsea have yet to make a decision over the latest offer for the 18-year-old but, with Hudson-Odoi stalling on renewing his contract at Stamford Bridge that expires in 2020, it would seem a switch to Germany is inevitable.
Hudson-Odoi has only made 11 senior appearances for Chelsea FC but his reputation is such that the 18-year-old has two of Europe's biggest clubs being regularly touted with a move to sign the Blues starlet.
Marcos Alonso does not understand why Callum Hudson-Odoi would choose to leave Chelsea and the Premier League behind to join Bayern Munich.
The young winger featured for the whole game in Chelsea's Carabao Cup Semi Final First Leg loss to Tottenham last night, in a move that many read as Sarri trying to convince the England global to stay.
'It was a general question from him.
"I can announce that we managed to get the services of Benjamin Pavard from July 1, 2019", Salihamidzic told reporters during a Bayern training camp in Qatar, without giving any financial details of the transfer.
The Spaniard said of an exciting club colleague: "He is a good player, but he is very young".
Bayern have made no secret of their desire to sign Hudson-Odoi after sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic spoke about a potential deal on Wednesday. "I can advise him but at the end of the day he decides his future".
"Maybe we were unlucky because they only had one chance and that was thanks to the linesman, the VAR", the Spaniard said. You can see it from both sides.
Callum Hudson-Odoi should stay at Chelsea because he has finally won a place in the first team he could retain, according to one former player.
Chelsea are set for a busy transfer window beyond deciding the future of Hudson-Odoi, with Alvaro Morata, Davide Zappacosta and Cesc Fabregas all possibly leaving the club this winter.