23 Nov

Ghanaian starlet Hudson-Odoi not ready to extend his contract with Chelsea

The English Premier League side are in locked contract talks with the English-born of Ghanaian descent.
 
Chelsea young forward Callum Hudson-Odoi looks unwilling to extend his contract with the club, according to sources.
 
According to The Sun, Chelsea want Hudson-Odoi to sign a new deal at Stamford Bridge before leaving on loan in January, but there has been no breakthrough in talks.
 
The forward will see his current deal with the Premier League giants expire at the end of the 2019-2020 campaign.
 
A number of Championship clubs are believed to be keen to sign the seven-time England Under-19 international on loan when the January transfer window opens for business.
 
He was tipped for first-team football this campaign after an impressive pre-season.
 
But the 18-year-old starlet has only managed two sub appearances in the Europa League.
 
Chelsea would like him to agree a new contract before allowing him to leave on loan in January, with his current deal having just 18 months to run.
 
But there has been no breakthrough in talks over the teen committing his future to the club.
 
Hudson-Odoi almost went out on loan in the summer but stayed and starred in the Community Shield defeat to Manchester City.
 
However he has barely figured since then and is looking for action.
 
It is believed that Hudson Odoi's future at Stamford Bridge could be under threat with the arrival of 20-year-old Christian Pulisic who has emerged as a top winter transfer target of the London-based club.
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