Chelsea fans rave over 'outstanding' Callum Hudson-Odoi after Spurs display

Set to leave Fabregas was emotional as he waved to fans

Set to leave Fabregas was emotional as he waved to fans

Fabregas appeared to say his goodbyes to Chelsea's fans on Saturday during and after the 2-0 win over Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup.

The teenager, who has one goal and three assists in his last four senior starts, is wanted by Bayern Munich who are prepared to shell out £35million on the player as they look to revamp their midfield which will soon lose Arjen Robben. "I don't want as very important player as Cesc not happy".

Chelsea boss Maurizio SarriWhat's the story?

"I think we deserved more".

"Without Cesc we are only five, so we are in trouble".

Meanwhile, they travel to Wembley to lock horns with Tottenham Hotspur in the first leg of the Carabao Cup semi-finals.

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Pedro Rodriguez, Willian and Olivier Giroud missed the Forest game through injury and are being assessed by medical staff, while Loftus-Cheek faces a prolonged spell out with back pain.

The Bavarians' commitment to signing the 18-year-old has played a big part in the move.

"I don't think so, because he is an English player".

"I can play with only two wingers".

Monaco are going through one of the most hard periods in their recent history and are now sitting 19th in the Ligue 1 table - a situation which would have seemed unthinkable at the beginning of the season for a club that won the French league title just two seasons ago and have finished in the top three for the past five consecutive seasons. "Of course sometimes he will be on the bench but I think I can start to consider him on the same level as Willian and Pedro", said Sarri. He is very young, he has the future. "I have seen him every day in training, he has been really very normal", he told a news conference. "I don't know the situation with the club but for me he is an important player".

Chelsea's preference would be to turn down Bayern's offer and secure Hudson-Odoi to a new contract, but the youngster's representatives have shown no willingness to negotiate with the Blues in recent weeks and there is growing concern that his head has already been turned. He has a very great future here in England, with the national team and Chelsea. "To stay here is better for him".

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