Hudson-Odoi demands for No.10 shirt at Chelsea but contract tatlks still on hold

The wonderkid Blues is one of the most sought-after talents in Europe and his contract situation is an uncomfortable position for his club before the talks.

Callum Hudson-Odoi increasingly wants to stay in Chelsea and guarantees that he would be the man to replace Eden Hazard would help ensure that he renews his
contract, Goal understands.

Hazard must leave for Real Madrid after confirming in an interview after the last Premier League season game in Leicester on Sunday that he "made his decision"
regarding his future.

Real Madrid still need to agree with the Blues for their Belgian talisman, who bargain over a price between 100 million pounds and 130 million pounds.

Meanwhile, Chelsea are trying to keep Hudson-Odoi, having previously taken a firm stand by rejecting Bayern Munich's four offers in January, even after the
teenager submitted a transfer request to try to force a transfer to the Bundesliga table .

The 18-year-old's desire to fade has eased after Maurizio Sarri gave him four consecutive Premier League appearances before suffering a ruptured Achilles tendon
 against Burnley in April.

He has gone through an operation in Spain and now in London the English striker is willing to settle his future but he still needs to receive an offer from Chelsea
with negotiations that should start after the Europa League final against Arsenal on 29 May.

Like Bayern, Chelsea could offer Hudson-Odoi their favorite No.10 shirt, worn by Hazard over the past seven years.

Bayern offered the Hudson-Odoi # 10 jersey, which was worn by legendary winger Arjen Robben, and a leading role in their team as part of the January bid. They remain
 interested and can return to the dispute for the young man if the talks do not progress well with the director of Chelsea, Marina Granovskaia.

Manchester United are also interested in Hudson-Odoi but would find it even more difficult than Bayern to hire him due to his rival status in the Premier League.

All options remain open to Hudson-Odoi, but Chelsea are well placed to secure contract renewal.

Callum Hudson-Odoi, Chelsea

The London-born striker, for his part, is also seeking an early recovery from a similar injury that kept Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny out for six months.

He is seeking a return to the Premier League season in August after a successful operation but he will not be allowed to rush back for Chelsea's medical team.

The club's Best Player of the Year said he was feeling good at the awards ceremony last week.

"I think the season went well and I feel that every time I played I felt more confident and I liked it." "Hudson-Odoi said at the Under the Bridge site in West London.

"I enjoyed every moment of the game. I just have to keep working hard and hope to have more opportunities."

Chelsea's decision not to start talks with Hudson-Odoi, and other club issues, may be related to the transfer ban, which is likely to affect negotiations with several
 of its players.

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