After holding out on signing an improved contract for some time now, Hudson-Odoi recently informed Chelsea he has no intentions of spending his future with them. British media have reported the German champion is ready to spend 30 million pounds ($38 million) on Hudson-Odoi. "I don't think a move to Germany would be good for him", the Chelsea manager said.
Chelsea are yet to comment on rumours that Hudson-Odoi could be sold but, writing for the Daily Mail, pundit Sutton was impressed.
Fabregas appeared to say goodbye to Chelsea after Saturday's 2-0 FA Cup win over Nottingham Forest at Stamford Bridge, where he applauded all sides of the ground.
The Ligue 1 club, now being coached by Fabregas' former Arsenal team mate Thierry Henry, are apparently not willing to pay what Chelsea are asking for a player whose contract ends in June this year.
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"To stay here is better for him", the Italian is quoted as saying by BBC Sport.
Sarri said the Spaniard, whose Chelsea deal expires at the end of this season, has received a two-year contract offer. "I don't want a very important player as Cesc unhappy".
"Since my departure from Arsenal I talk every two or three days with Cesc and it has not changed in recent days", he said.
Sarri added that Chelsea would need to sign a replacement for Fabregas in January but would not comment on speculation linking them with Cagliari's Nicolo Barella. "I don't know the situation with the club, but for me he is an important player".
Chelsea fear they are fighting a losing battle in their bid to keep Callum Hudson-Odoi, despite the winger being handed a surprise start in the Carabao Cup semi-final first-leg against Tottenham Hotspur.