Bookies hate Callum Hudson-Odoi to Liverpool rumour

Bayern Munich ready to launch £10m bid for Manchester City prodigy – report

Bayern Munich ready to launch £10m bid for Manchester City prodigy – report

Callum Hudson-Odoi first signed his contract at the club in 2017 when Antonio Conte was the Blues' boss.

But Chelsea suspect this is a ruse to convince the youngster to agree terms and believe Hudson-Odoi has a much greater chance of more game time and his career progressing if he remains at Stamford Bridge.

The Chelsea winger's contract expires in the summer of 2019 and it's likely that he'll leave considering talks of an extension have hit a wall.

The Bavarians have made multiple bids for the youngster but the Blues have so far rejected each and every one of their offer.

"LFC declare interest in Odoi, pressuring Chelsea to sell to Bayern instead of a rival - leaving LFC with a clear run at Werner".

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The report claims that Liverpool's representatives met with Hudson-Odoi and his brother Bradley, who is also his agent, at the start of this month.

Hudson-Odoi would provide the ideal replacement for Arjen Robben, whose contract expires in summer, and give Bayern a new lease of life as they chase a seventh straight league title.

The Bundesliga giants have been involved in a high-profile pursuit of Chelsea academy graduate Callum Hudson-Odoi this month, and are also reportedly keen on the Welshman.

While Sarri has handed starts to Callum Hudson-Odoi but majority have come in cup competitions.

This season in the Premier League, Callum Hudson Odoi has played few games for the Blues who are now occupying fourth position on the table with 47 points after 23 games.

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