Chelsea manager Sarri rules off exit for Blues' striker

Chelsea manager Sarri rules off exit for Blues' striker

Chelsea manager Sarri rules off exit for Blues' striker

Spanish giants Real Madrid have reportedly made a £65 million (R1.12 billion) bid for the 29-year-old winger, who is also being closely monitored by United's Jose Mourinho, who is a big admirer of Brazilian.

"Certainly after this World Cup".

New manager Sarri has given Hudson-Odoi the chance to stake a claim for a place in the first-team squad this season, an opportunity the forward appears to have taken with both hands. We are talking about top players.

Following Chelsea's pre-season clash with Arsenal on Wednesday evening, Sarri admitted his frustration with the situation.

"I can decide if I want to stay or go, but Chelsea will make the final decision - if they want to let me go".

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'It's true I called him a genius but his genius is a bit one-dimensional, I saw him play in only one way, ' he said, according to The Mirror.

If things work out for him, it will be great. "Every club wants to keep their top players and we are trying to do it". "We will try to help him".

The under-17 World Cup victor, who played the full 90 minutes in England's 5-2 win over Spain in the final, also endeared himself to Blues supporters after the game with a great gesture.

The Spaniard, whose side will now face Manchester City in the Community Shield game at Wembley on Sunday, said: "It's a different way".

However, the Brazil worldwide is now set to report back to Cobham to begin his preparations for the new Premier League season. You know exactly what you are getting from Willian.

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