Chelsea to report Bayern Munich to Federation Internationale de Football Association over Hudson-Odoi

Tanya Simon
January 11, 2019

Transfer speculation has swirled around Chelsea in the last couple of weeks, with Hudson-Odoi, Cesc Fabregas, Alvaro Morata and Willian all linked with moves away from the club, while Gonzalo Higuain, Nicolo Barella, Leandro Paredes, Andre Silva and others have been suggested as potential targets.

Bayern's director of sport Hasan Salihamidzic said "we really want to sign him" and Sarri hit out at the Bundesliga side on Friday.

Bayern are reported to have tabled three bids for the prospect, who is apparently eager to leave the club in search of greater first-team exposure having appeared just once in the Premier League this term.

Ruben Loftus Cheek is now out with a back injury and the player will probably not be fit for the Chelsea vs Newcastle game on Saturday.

Hudson-Odoi's contract expires in June 2020 and, as long as he remains unwilling to discuss an extension, Chelsea are mindful that his value will likely decrease significantly if he is kept at Stamford Bridge until the summer.

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Sarri, who celebrated his 60th birthday on Thursday, said he recommended Chelsea need to recruit two players, but declined to say their positions.

Speaking ahead of Saturday's Premier League match with Newcastle, Sarri added: "As you know very well I am not involved in the market". "So they did not respect our club". I don't know anything about the market day by day or minute by minute'. "I'm very happy with the player and I'd like to have him in the future".

"Of course, if Morata will go to another club we need a replacement", the manager said.

Sarri will not face FA questions regarding VAR comments on Tuesday, when he said the officials don't know how it works. Lampard has admired Hudson-Odoi's performances from afar and hopes the England Under-19 worldwide is still a Chelsea player when the January transfer window closes.

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