Keane urges Hudson-Odoi to leave Chelsea for Bayern


He has become a part of Chelsea's first-team squad over the previous year, but has still only featured three times in the Premier League, and reports suggest he is refusing to discuss a new contract until he is given assurances over playing time.

Speculation is mounting over his future with Bayern rumoured to have put in a fourth bid of £35million Hudson-Odoi, while he has no intention of signing a new deal at Stamford Bridge.

"Chelsea have had little success in establishing their academy players in the first team, which should make them even more determined to keep Hudson-Odoi".

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has urged Hudson-Odoi to remain at the club he joined in 2007.

"It's always hard to lose players, especially like him, because like I said he's a world-class player but also I understand it's part of the process, and if it's better for him and better for the club, we have to understand that", added Luiz.

"Three is different but now he is ready. Secondly, because I do not want players on the pitch who are at risk of substitution like Willian, Pedro or Olivier Giroud so I prefer to play with young players".

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"If I was his agent, I'd be sitting down with him and saying be patient, stay at Chelsea. Pedro? I can play with only two wingers I think", added Sarri.

The Blues have just signed Christian Pulisic from Borussia Dortmund for £57.5m, while youngster Callum Hudson-Odoi is being tipped for an exit with Bayern Munich offering £35m for his services.

The Chelsea FC talent made two assists in the FA Cup win at Stamford Bridge to help the west London side book their place in the next round. Very good defensive phase, but very good'.

"He is improving. In the last match he played very well and again I think played a very good match".

'But I think now he is ready. He is a young player who has great potential to evolve.

ALVARO MORATA is expected to start for his third game in a row when the Blues face Tottenham in Carabao Cup semi-final, despite recent criticism.