Chelsea to offer Hazard's no. 10 shirt to Hudson-Odio in attempt to get him to stay at Stanford Bridge

Chelsea will offer Callum Hudson-Odoi the No. 10 jersey, vacated by Eden Hazard, in an attempt to convince him to sign a contract, with fresh talks between the board and his advisors scheduled for this month.

The 18-year-old Englishman has Bayern Munich, Paris Saint Germain and Juventus to sign him this summer or in January, when he will only have a six-month contract and could commit to a European team with minimal compensation for Chelsea.

There is a possibility that the attacker, currently injured with a ruptured Achilles tendon, will consider signing an agreement if the club shows that they plan to build the team around them in the future.

The player and his advisors have always said that the reluctance to sign did not refer to financial matters, but to the lack of playing time in 2018 and their development in the club.

With Hazard coming out when a fee can be established between Real Madrid and Chelsea, with the Spanish club still well below Chelsea's £ 100 million price, there is an opportunity to pass the team's creative advantage to Hudson-Odoi.

This is the step that Bayern took for him. They made it clear that they would wear the No. 10 shirt of Arjen Robben, who leaves the club, when they made their offer of 35 million pounds in January, and wanted him to play centrally as their main creative player.

Before the injury last month, Hudson-Odoi was becoming a more prominent member of Maurizio Sarri's first team.

While the future of the coach is in doubt, if Chelsea can prove that who is in charge next season will make Hudson-Odoi a key figure in terms of games and financial offers, there is a possibility that it will be committed in the long term. to negotiate

However, there is now a feeling that their development would be better served in a club like Bayern.

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