Chelsea owner pleads with winger not to leave on a permanent move this summer

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Chelsea owner Todd Boehly wants winger Callum Hudson-Odoi to not force an exit amid links of a move from Stamford Bridge this summer.

The Blues are very close to seeing Hudson-Odoi leave this summer as the player no longer wants to continue. The player has been unable to create much of an impact during his stint with the Premier League outfit.

Todd Boehly wants the winger not to force a permanent exit in the transfer window this summer. Hudson-Odoi has attracted quite a few clubs across Europe who want to secure his services.

Hudson-Odoi to leave Chelsea on loan

The winger is close to making a move away from the Bridge as clubs across the top flight want him. Newcastle United, Southampton, and Leicester City are all said to be in the mix to land the player this summer.

Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano took to Twitter to drop an update on the academy graduate’s future. He said-

 “Amanda Staveley was at Stamford Bridge to watch the Tottenham game at the weekend.

I can confirm the rumours linking Newcastle with an interest in Conor Gallagher, Callum Hudson-Odoi and Armando Broja,”

Hudson-Odoi will go on loan but is not convinced by Southampton’s proposal.

The Chelsea academy graduate is keen on a move to Newcastle or Leicester this summer if a move happens. However, in any case, the Blues are clear that they will not be selling the player on a permanent transfer.

Chelsea believe that the player could regain his consistency with another club to come back and perform well next season. Moreover, a loan move would be better option for all the parties considering he is unable to find his rhythm.

Thomas Tuchel and the club will soon figure out a way to facilitate his loan move before the window concludes.

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