Callum Hudson-Odoi’s Man United or Liverpool move denied

Callum Hudson-Odoi: Man United & Liverpool

Chelsea fans will undoubtedly have seen the rumours swirling around Callum Hudson-Odoi recently.

Back in January, Bayern Munich lead the charge to try to sign Chelsea’s teenage winger.

The Blues resisted, however Sport Bild’s Christian Falk recent confirmed that Bayern remain interested in the 18-year-old.

Christian Falk also threw Liverpool’s name into the mix as a possible suitor for Hudson-Odoi.

While, in recent days, Man United’s name has also cropped up as they Red Devils are said to be interested in the signing too.

Chelsea refuse to sell Hudson-Odoi

However, the big news in the Times on Wednesday, is that Chelsea are refusing to sell Hudson-Odoi.

Chelsea, who face a UEFA transfer ban stretching over the next two windows, have decided to hold onto Hudson-Odoi even if he refuses to agree a new deal.

Hudson-Odoi is under contract at Chelsea until 2020.

The Times report the following:

Chelsea have told Callum Hudson-Odoi that they will not sell him this summer even if he refuses to sign a new contract in a stance that could cost them tens of millions of pounds in the transfer market.

(Bayern Munich) and Manchester United are preparing to bid for him at the end of the season.

It’s worth noting that Hudson-Odoi is yet to start a Premier League match for Chelsea.

Hudson-Odoi & England

It’s been an amazing few days for Hudson-Odoi.

Hudson-Odoi was originally drafted into the England U21 squad, however injuries saw him drafted into the Three Lions senior get-together.

But Hudson-Odoi didn’t just make up the numbers for Gareth Southgate.

The 18-year-old made his England debut on Friday night against Czech Republic scoring the fifth goal in a 5-0 win.

As a reward, Hudson-Odoi started against Montenegro where he laid on an assist for a Ross Barkley goal.

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