Cesc Fabregas played his last match for the Blues in yesterday’s 2-0 victory over Nottingham Forest. The Spaniard was made the captain of the team but couldn’t complete the game as he was substituted in the second half of the encounter.
Academy product Hudson-Odoi was awesome throughout the game as he showed the stuff he’s made of. He assisted the two goals that were scored by Sarri’s men and he troubled Nottingham’s defence throughout the night.
Meanwhile, Fabregas has given his last advice to the West London club as he charged Sarri to prevent Callum Hudson-Odoi from leaving Stamford Bridge anytime soon.
The former Arsenal and Barcelona midfielder urged the Italian manager to do everything in his power to ensure that the youngster didn’t leave Stamford Bridge. This is because the youngster has the potential to become a world-class player in the nearest future.
According to Cesc, the England youth player is a humble ‘boy’ who loves the game. He is comfortable with the ball and he can dribble past any defender in the world.
Hudson-Odoi is one of Bayern Munich’s prime targets at the ongoing transfer window and the Allianz Arena outfits have submitted a whopping £30m bid for his signature.
The 18-year-old versatile player, who can comfortably operate as a right-winger and playmaker, is not getting much game-time at Stamford Bridge as he would have loved.
According to speculations surrounding the youngster’s future at the West London outfits, Hudson-Odoi might dump Chelsea in January as long as Niko Kovac — Bayern Munich boss —, promise him regular first-team action