Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has reportedly told Callum Hudson-Odoi to forget about leave Stamford Bridge this summer, because remains part of his plans.
The Blues academy product has been struggled to secure a regular role under Thomas Tuchel, starting just 10 of Chelsea’s 30 matches since the German coach replaced Frank Lampard at the end of January.
As a result of that, Bayern Munich have reigniting their interest in Hudson-Odoi, after failed to sign him two years ago.
The Bundesliga champions had multiple bids, with including an offer of £35million, rejected by Chelsea in January 209.
And it’s understood that the Bavarians are positioned themselves in bids to land Chelsea winger this summer as they keen on strengthen their attacking options.
Thomas Tuchel, meanwhile, reportedly told Blues starlet to forget about leave the Stamford Bridge this summer, because is remain part of his plan.
Hudson-Odoi, who spell most of his summer holiday in Ghana, is expected to return to Cobham this week when the majority of the squad will come back for pre-season training ahead of the new season.
All players who haven’t been on international duty will return on Monday, with the rest of the team playing at the European Championships and Copa America being given more time off.
The Stamford Bridge outfit will begin their pre-season matches in Ireland, then in London against local rivals Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur in the Mind series before their season on August 11 against Villarreal in Belfast for the UEFA Super Cup.
Chelsea’s Premier League campaign begins on Saturday 14 August against Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge, kicking off Tuchel’s first full season in charge.