Chelsea face a battle to keep talented youngster Callum Hudson-Odoi as he weighs up his future at Stamford Bridge.
The winger is one of the most exciting prospects to come throught the west London club’s academy in recent years and scored his first goal for his boyhood side on Thursday against PAOK in the Europa League.
A five-year deal has been placed on the table for the attacker, but Hudson-Odoi has refused to put pen to paper.
The English youngster is concerned about the amount of first-team football he will see under Maurizio Sarri, having only made two starts this season.
Hudson-Odoi is yet to feature in the Premier League or Carabao Cup and he has grown frustrated at life under the Italian.
Chelsea were hoping for him to sign a new deal and then loan him to a Championship club, however, he believes he’s ready for Premier League football right now.
And his future could well be away from Stamford Bridge, according to the Daily Mail.
Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund – who signed Jadon Sancho from Manchester City – are all thought to be interested in signing the youngster, should Chelsea fail to get him to commit.