Callum Hudson-Odoi: Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri tells winger to prevent – BBC Sport

‘Bayern Munich target’ Hudson-Odoi dazzles for Chelsea in FA Cup

Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi mustn’t ever race away the club on memoir of he has a “very huge future” in England, says boss Maurizio Sarri.

Blues assistant supervisor Gianfranco Zola confirmed Bayern Munich are “very eager” in Hudson-Odoi on Friday.

The 18-one year-gentle offered both aims for Alvaro Morata in Chelsea’s FA Cup Zero.33 round victory over Nottingham Wooded space at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

“To prevent here is more fit for him,” said Sarri.

“He is terribly younger nonetheless he is bettering, particularly within the defensive section.

“I don’t know the difficulty with the club nonetheless for me he is a considerable participant.”

Sarri said he did no longer think a transfer to Germany would wait on Hudson-Odoi on memoir of “he is an England participant” and has a “very huge future here with the national crew and with Chelsea”.

He added: “However I am no longer in charge of all these questions and I don’t must order to a participant about something that does no longer depend upon me.”

The Italian additionally said that Hudson-Odoi being a manufactured from the academy became considerable for Chelsea, who get reportedly rejected a £20m provide for the newborn.

“We are lucky on memoir of our academy is terribly true. It is far vital on memoir of within the occasion you would even get 5 or six players from the academy you would even get a soul, more than 25 foreign players,” he said.

Hudson-Odoi joined Chelsea in 2007 and became section of the club’s FA Childhood Cup successful facet in 2016-17 and 2017-18.

Sarri said Hudson-Odoi is now ready to compete for a starting up quandary with the likes of Willian and Pedro.

“We get considerable players within the equivalent space, as soon as in a while he’ll be on the bench – as Willian, as Pedro – nonetheless now I will open to take notice of him on the equivalent stage,” the Chelsea supervisor said.

‘Fabregas need to race’

Is this Fabregas bidding farewell to England?

Sarri said midfielder Cesc Fabregas, who’s expected to affix Monaco, need to race away Chelsea for the true of his occupation.

Fabregas became emotional in performing to notify farewell after Chelsea’s shield shut over Wooded space at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

Sarri said the Spaniard, whose Chelsea deal expires on the stop of this season, has purchased a two-one year contract provide.

“In my glimpse, he needs to head,” said Sarri.

“On this club there may maybe be a rule – the renewal for players over 30 is usually one one year. I don’t favor a wanted participant love Cesc to be unhappy.”

Earlier on Monday, Monaco boss Thierry Henry said he on a long-established foundation speaks to his frail Arsenal crew-mate nonetheless did no longer divulge whether or no longer his club became signing Fabregas.

“Since my departure from Arsenal I order every two or three days with Cesc and it has no longer changed in fresh days,” he said.

“He is a participant who interests all clubs.”

Sarri said that Fabregas suffered cramp in opposition to Wooded space and may maybe no longer be on hand to face Tottenham within the Carabao Cup semi-final first leg at Wembley on Tuesday.

He added that Chelsea will must label a replace if frail Spain midfielder Fabregas leaves within the January transfer window.

“With the midfielders we are in anxiety as, without Cesc, we fully get 5,” he said.

Sarri additionally if truth be told helpful Chelsea fans to focal level on supporting their crew as a replace of directing chants at Spurs fans in Tuesday’s tie.

Closing month, Chelsea fans had been criticised by chairman Bruce Buck and investigated by European football’s governing physique Uefa after they sang an anti-Semitic chant about Tottenham supporters all around the Europa League tie with MOL Vidi in Hungary.

“We need the toughen of our fans in actual fact,” he said. “However we would will deserve to get their toughen for us, no longer in opposition to the opponents.”

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