As a result, Hudson-Odoi is itching for a move away from Stamford Bridge, with Bayern looking like the most likely destination. Five key things to know... Not an easy decision for Hudson-Odoi should Chelsea receive an offer they can't refuse in the next few weeks. Quizzed on whether the 18-year-old should move to the Bundesliga giants, Sarri disagreed, saying: "I don't think so. Why?"
CESC FABREGAS claimed Callum Hudson-Odoi can be "world class" as long as he continues to work hard and keep grounded.
The teenager has featured sparingly for Chelsea this campaign despite a promising pre-season, playing just seven games across all competitions.
Hudson-Odoi has 18 months remaining on his current deal and Bayern are prepared to pay Chelsea more than the £31million Southampton received for Luke Shaw from Manchester United in 2014.
"It is not easy because if you look at the linesman he stopped his run and for the player and this is a signal of offside".
'He played like a player of 25 or 26 years.
The Ligue 1 club boss speaks to his former team-mate every two days - with the Chelsea midfielder bidding farewell to the club at the weekend against Nottingham Forest.
Let's hope that Hudson-Odoi's behaviour isn't a facade and he's genuinely focused on the task at hand for him at Stamford Bridge.
"Of course he asked me about Germany", Rudiger said. A very good match with application (including) in the defensive phase - very good.
He added: "To be honest of all the young players I have seen at Chelsea, he is the shooting star for me".
'To stay here is better for him. I think to stay here is better for him.
'First of all, I want good players.