Callum Hudson-Odoi: Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri tells winger to stay

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Manchester United have reportedly had an offer for in-demand midfielder Nicolo Barella knocked back by Cagliari and will now look elsewhere.

The 31-year-old is expected to join Monaco, where he will reunite with Thierry Henry, but he had an opportunity to say goodbye to the fans at Stamford Bridge as he started and captained the Blues on Saturday afternoon.

According to the same story, reigning Serie A champions Juve are trying to work out how much Chelsea FC will demand for the England Under-19 global.

He said: "I don't want to speak about players of other teams".

Cesc Fabregas missed a penalty and then cried on what could be his final Chelsea appearance as the FA Cup holders beat Nottingham Forest in the third round.

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But after Chelsea announced the signing of Christian Pulisic last week, chances for Hudson-Odoi to make an impact in the first team next season are likely to be limited. "It's just a really good attacking, flowing system, and it's just football that I like to watch. I'd imagine when you first go in you have to go in and you earn the respect of the guys", he said. Now with the midfielders we are in trouble I think.

"So, why wouldn't he think about moving somewhere else if a club like Bayern Munich are in for him?" You know very well in this club there is a rule - the renewal of players over 30 is usually one year. "I don't want a very important player like Cesc to be unhappy".

A number of talented young English players have flourished following moves to the Bundesliga, with Jadon Sancho the most standout name having swapped Man City for Borussia Dortmund. Monaco have a very youthful squad and Fabregas' experience will prove to be crucial in the relegation dogfight.

Sky Sports in Germany says the player has met with Chelsea's sports director Marina Granovskaia stating he has no intention of staying at Stamford Bridge beyond next summer when his contract expires.

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