Callum Hudson-Odoi discusses Chelsea return during Bayer Leverkusen loan
Callum Hudson-Odoi admits he does not know what the future holds as he will return to Chelsea at the end of his loan spell in June.
The 21-year-old has been sent out on loan by the Blues to Bundesliga outfit Bayer Leverkusen.
While he has performed fairly well there, he does expect to return to London and then sort his future out at the Bridge.
Via Twitter, Sky Sports journalist Fabrizio Romano relayed his quotes, “I don’t know what the future holds. Obviously, at the end of the season I’ll go back to Chelsea regardless and we’ll see what happens from there That’s where I’ve always been since I was a kid”.
Hudson-Odoi may not get the recognition he deserves at Chelsea and should consider parting ways.
A good season at Bayer will see the demand for his services increase and he can move to a club not as big as Chelsea but one that will give him game time.
He may be regretting not moving to Bayern Munich when he had the opportunity to do so but there’s no reason why that move will not come again.
Munich keep tabs on players in Germany and often look to sign them, weakening their opposition and strengthening their side as well.
If Hudson-Odoi has a headline-making season, we’re certain he will be on the radar of clubs like Bayern as well as Borussia Dortmund.
However, under Graham Potter, if the Blues can convince him that it’s the right place for him and promise him game time, things could change.
In other Chelsea news, Armando Broja is happy at the club despite AC Milan interest.