Juventus 'to rival Bayern Munich for Callum Hudson-Odoi'

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However, Sky Sports now claims that the fourth Bayern bid has gone in at £35m, at last matching Chelsea's supposed asking price for Hudson-Odoi.

On Monday Maurizio Sarri urged Hudson-Odoi to stay. "I don't want a very important player like Cesc to be unhappy".

"I don't think they're going to be the dominant team they were, they've got a lot of older players in the team now".

The 31-year-old's contract expires at the end of the season, with British media reporting the player is close to securing a move to AS Monaco this month. A very good match with application, very good in the defensive phase, but he has been completely normal. "I don't know, maybe he doesn't read anything".

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Juventus, Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund had earlier registered an interest in Hudson-Odoi, but it has become clear that Bayern are most committed to their approach and they are willing to offer him the number 10 shirt that he prefers to wear.

Yet with only seven appearances this season, including just one in the Premier League, Hudson-Odoi joins a growing list of Blues youngsters who are failing to make the step towards the senior squad.

Salihamidzic told reporters on Bayern's winter training camp in Doha: "He's a very interesting player that we absolutely want to sign".

"Three is different but now he is ready".

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Chelsea will take on Tottenham Hotspur in the EFL Cup semi-final first leg at Wembley on Tuesday and the Chelsea boss should put money where his mouth is and name Callum Hudson-Odoi in the first XI. I can say only my opinion, I don't know the decision of the club. I can start to consider him on the same level.

"To stay here is better for him", the Italian is quoted as saying by BBC Sport.

"He's very young. He has a very great future here, in England, with the national team and with Chelsea".

He added: "But I am not in charge of all these questions and I don't want to speak to a player about something that doesn't depend on me".

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