Chelsea boss Sarri opens up and rips into Bayern over £30m Hudson-odoi chase

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri says Bayern Munich have lacked respect over their approach for 18-year-old Callum Hudson-Odoi.

Odoi is now considered one of the best talents in England and his performances have caught the attentions of German Champions Bayern, who see him as the next Jadon Sancho.

Reports in the media over the last weeks have claimed Bayern have made four bids to try and seal a deal for Hudson-Odoi this January, all which have been rejected by Chelsea.

The Blues know the talented winger has eighteen months to go on his contract, but are keen to nail him down to a new contract and have no intention of letting him join the Germans.

And Sarri has opened up on the interest of Bayern, claiming they are being very unprofessional in the pursuit of Odoi.

He said on the Sky Sports website: “I think that it’s not professional because they are talking about a player under contract at Chelsea.

“They didn’t respect our club, I think. I don’t know what to say, I do not know the situation. I am very, very happy with the player because the player is improving.”

Should Hudson-Odoi stay at Chelsea?

The lad is a very talented winger and should stay at Chelsea, as he will develop very nicely under the Guidance of Sarri, who has a background in working with talents.

So he should ignore a move to Bayern and fight for a chance in the Chelsea side as he will develop very nicely and become one of the best wingers in the Premier League, and maybe Europe.

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