Pundits have opined that the future of West London outfit Chelsea star Callum Hudson-Odoi would be decided tomorrow when the hearing of the appeal on the transfer ban would take place.
Writers and journalists have got their pen on standby as they await the verdict of the appeal on April 11 as the Blues protested the transfer ban handed to them that will not have them register any new player in the next two transfer windows.
However, Callum Hudson-Odoi’s future at the club seems to be tied to the verdict as the England international is keen to leave the club to other destination at the end of the season.
He has protested his lack of playing time under manager Maurizio Sarri and he cannot guarantee that he would be handed more opportunities especially in the coming season.
However, it is suggested that the star player will be forced to remain at the Stamford Bridge if the transfer ban stands but should the Blues win it, he could be difficult to keep him with the £35 million price tag.
Meanwhile, the Blues owner Abramovich is reported to be making attempts to convince the star player with a luring offer and plans so he can stay much longer