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20. Callum Hudson-Odoi

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Big season for callum. Its a tough injury he's coming back from which may explain why he looked poor a lot of the season. He should get plenty of minutes so hopefully he can be some more of what he was pre injury

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Chelsea Considering Loan Move Away for Callum Hudson-Odoi

https://www.90min.com/posts/chelsea-considering-loan-move-away-for-callum-hudson-odoi

Exclusive - Chelsea have informed winger Callum Hudson-Odoi that he could be loaned out this season after the Blues secured the signing of Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen.

Manager Frank Lampard has reinforced his attack this summer with the signings of Havertz, Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech, all of whom can play in Hudson-Odoi's position and will be expecting regular starts.

Chelsea have also signed central defenders Thiago Silva and Malang Sarr on free transfers, and are close to competing a deal for Rennes goalkeeper Édouard Mendy. West Ham's Declan Rice is also a target.

For Hudson-Odoi, starts were hard to come by even before the attacking trio joined the club. He started just seven Premier League games last season, and a source has confirmed to 90min that Lampard has been left unimpressed by the Englishman's attitude and performances in training this summer.

That has done little to endear Hudson-Odoi to Lampard as he was already concerned that his lack of form last season was down to a poor attitude. In the seven starts he made, the teenager often failed to make the desired impact and is seen as being a long way away from regular first-team action.

Hudson-Odoi has now been warned that he could be sent out on loan, though it's important to note that neither Lampard nor Chelsea have given up on the 19-year-old.

Lampard waxed lyrical about the winger shortly after he penned a lucrative contract to fend off interest from Bayern Munich, and there remains a belief that Hudson-Odoi can become a star for Chelsea in the future.

However, there is an acceptance that the game time necessary to help Hudson-Odoi realise his potential may be hard to come by this season, especially if he cannot win over Lampard in training. Consequently, the boss is now prepared to green-light a loan move if the right bid arrives.

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Just now, Vesper said:

Chelsea Considering Loan Move Away for Callum Hudson-Odoi

https://www.90min.com/posts/chelsea-considering-loan-move-away-for-callum-hudson-odoi

Exclusive - Chelsea have informed winger Callum Hudson-Odoi that he could be loaned out this season after the Blues secured the signing of Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen.

Manager Frank Lampard has reinforced his attack this summer with the signings of Havertz, Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech, all of whom can play in Hudson-Odoi's position and will be expecting regular starts.

Chelsea have also signed central defenders Thiago Silva and Malang Sarr on free transfers, and are close to competing a deal for Rennes goalkeeper Édouard Mendy. West Ham's Declan Rice is also a target.

For Hudson-Odoi, starts were hard to come by even before the attacking trio joined the club. He started just seven Premier League games last season, and a source has confirmed to 90min that Lampard has been left unimpressed by the Englishman's attitude and performances in training this summer.

That has done little to endear Hudson-Odoi to Lampard as he was already concerned that his lack of form last season was down to a poor attitude. In the seven starts he made, the teenager often failed to make the desired impact and is seen as being a long way away from regular first-team action.

Hudson-Odoi has now been warned that he could be sent out on loan, though it's important to note that neither Lampard nor Chelsea have given up on the 19-year-old.

Lampard waxed lyrical about the winger shortly after he penned a lucrative contract to fend off interest from Bayern Munich, and there remains a belief that Hudson-Odoi can become a star for Chelsea in the future.

However, there is an acceptance that the game time necessary to help Hudson-Odoi realise his potential may be hard to come by this season, especially if he cannot win over Lampard in training. Consequently, the boss is now prepared to green-light a loan move if the right bid arrives.

BS. We barely even have enough wingers as it stands now

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Opinion: Report claims Callum Hudson-Odoi may face Chelsea loan, but that seems doubtful

https://www.thechelseachronicle.com/transfer-news/opinion-report-claims-callum-hudson-odoi-may-face-chelsea-loan-but-that-seems-doubtful/

Chelsea’s transfer speculation so far during this summer window has largely been around incomings, with a string of successful deals now completed by the club to sign some top-class players for the squad and that has seen pressure cranked up for the new season.

But football publication 90min have released a report suggesting that Callum Hudson-Odoi could leave Stamford Bridge this summer, which is surely something that is way off the mark.

90min claims that the Blues have informed the 19-year-old attacker that he may be leaving the club on loan this summer, as the arrival of German Kai Havertz puts his position in doubt.

The report says that Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has been unimpressed by the teenager’s attitude in training and warned him he could now be departing on a temporary basis.

Hudson-Odoi may have had rumours around him in the past regarding money and potential exits, but it’s surely way off the mark that Chelsea are looking at sending him out on loan during the new season.

The English winger didn’t reach the heights many expected from the academy graduate last season, but he still managed three goals and six assists in 34 senior appearances.

He’s a versatile wide player that can be used on either flank, so does have competition from new arrivals Havertz and Hakim Ziyech for a starting position.

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2 minutes ago, Vesper said:

Opinion: Report claims Callum Hudson-Odoi may face Chelsea loan, but that seems doubtful

https://www.thechelseachronicle.com/transfer-news/opinion-report-claims-callum-hudson-odoi-may-face-chelsea-loan-but-that-seems-doubtful/

Chelsea’s transfer speculation so far during this summer window has largely been around incomings, with a string of successful deals now completed by the club to sign some top-class players for the squad and that has seen pressure cranked up for the new season.

But football publication 90min have released a report suggesting that Callum Hudson-Odoi could leave Stamford Bridge this summer, which is surely something that is way off the mark.

90min claims that the Blues have informed the 19-year-old attacker that he may be leaving the club on loan this summer, as the arrival of German Kai Havertz puts his position in doubt.

The report says that Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has been unimpressed by the teenager’s attitude in training and warned him he could now be departing on a temporary basis.

Hudson-Odoi may have had rumours around him in the past regarding money and potential exits, but it’s surely way off the mark that Chelsea are looking at sending him out on loan during the new season.

The English winger didn’t reach the heights many expected from the academy graduate last season, but he still managed three goals and six assists in 34 senior appearances.

He’s a versatile wide player that can be used on either flank, so does have competition from new arrivals Havertz and Hakim Ziyech for a starting position.

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while a loan would probably do him the world of good we would be buggad IF one of our wingers were injured for a time. I still think we need another.

The bits Ive managed to watch of him and what Ive picked up on the guys not been right in his head since the new contract. And the injury has made that worse. Has his ego got bigger? I know hes a young lad and we all do it but a 5am horny booty call to a dodgy chick that wants her 15 seconds of fame, you gotta wonder wgere his priorities are.

But the guy (Like a LOT we have) has so much potential that we have to give him playing time.MIGHT be too late to save RLC but bot CHO. Thought the CHO/Reece linkup looked promising. I thinh Reece will be great with Ziyech. Hope the Ben/Puli link is great too. Have hope for it if Puli stays strong. He needs to bulk up. 

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while a loan would probably do him the world of good we would be buggad IF one of our wingers were injured for a time. I still think we need another.
The bits Ive managed to watch of him and what Ive picked up on the guys not been right in his head since the new contract. And the injury has made that worse. Has his ego got bigger? I know hes a young lad and we all do it but a 5am horny booty call to a dodgy chick that wants her 15 seconds of fame, you gotta wonder wgere his priorities are.
But the guy (Like a LOT we have) has so much potential that we have to give him playing time.MIGHT be too late to save RLC but bot CHO. Thought the CHO/Reece linkup looked promising. I thinh Reece will be great with Ziyech. Hope the Ben/Puli link is great too. Have hope for it if Puli stays strong. He needs to bulk up. 
Wait... 15 seconds? Most expensive 15 secs ever then

On a more serious note, he's giving me Charly Musonda vibes and I'm not sure if that's good or bad. He has tons of potential and even though he had a bad injury he does need to step it up this season. He might be fortunate that Ziyech is injured atm, so game time shouldn't be a problem for the time being. (unless Frank sneaks Mount in again)

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1 minute ago, Valdo said:

Wait... 15 seconds? Most expensive 15 secs ever then emoji28.png

On a more serious note, he's giving me Charly Musonda vibes and I'm not sure if that's good or bad. He has tons of potential and even though he had a bad injury he does need to step it up this season. He might be fortunate that Ziyech is injured atm, so game time shouldn't be a problem for the time being. (unless Frank sneaks Mount in again)

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Well from what Ive read she weren't there long lol

Ziyech only had a knock didnt he so should only miss 1 game?  So common sense should be CHO starting and Mount too

Ubless of course FL plays Werner and Kai on the wings?

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I wonder if CHO regrets not moving to Bayern. Could have easily been a treble winner by now but instead, he has barely been able to get into the XI and although it was only the first game of the season yesterday, he didn't even start despite Pulisic, Ziyech were out and saw a new signing start on the RW. 

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51 minutes ago, Jason said:

I wonder if CHO regrets not moving to Bayern. Could have easily been a treble winner by now but instead, he has barely been able to get into the XI and although it was only the first game of the season yesterday, he didn't even start despite Pulisic, Ziyech were out and saw a new signing start on the RW. 

This is a weird one. FL's distrust of CHO is a bit worrying.

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Its horse shit. He should be the first choice sub for the left or right wing when others aren't fit. Playing mount on the wings again over him is cementing the idea that he's not 3rd in line to play wide hes fourth. Same shit as last year.

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I'd say give him to Dortmund in part exchange for Sancho next year, win win for everyone.

I agree that having Mount over him is beyond ridiculous but it's not like this guy has shown anything.

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Have to wonder whats going thru CHOs head. Feeling he should be getting more than 10 mins playing time at a go.

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Interesting next few days. 

If Lampard not going to start him regularly then definitely a loan move would be awesome! 

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5 minutes ago, Fernando said:

Interesting next few days. 

If Lampard not going to start him regularly then definitely a loan move would be awesome! 

We are already short wide players. I think we should get 1 more. Amd with CGO a HG Im not sure what our numbers would be.

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