Chelsea transfer news: Blues stars are Fed up with Callum Hudson-Odoi – Nevin

CHELSEA stars will be fed up with Callum Hudson-Odoi says Blues hero Pat Nevin.

The talented forward has been heavily linked with a move to Bayern Munich.

Blues boss Maurizio Sarri rebuffed multiple offers worth in excess of £30 million for the promising youngster.

Nevin insists Chelsea’s more experienced players will be irritated by the transfer furore.

“If you’re Hazard, you’ve been at incredible levels,” he told Love Sport Radio.

“If you’re Willian, you’ve been in a Brazilian World Cup team.

“If you’re Pedro, you’ve got Champions League and World Cup medals.

“You’re them and you’re looking at this kid who has done the square root of nothing and apparently everything is about him!

“You’d be fed up with him.”

Hudson-Odoi formally submitted a transfer request as Bayern circled.

Chelsea, however, have point blank refused to do business with the Bundesliga side this month.

Nevin says a loan move might be a better option for Hudson-Odoi if he wants regular match action.

“Basically we should all want to play football and it’s actually something to be applauded, to do that and not just sit back and take the huge sums of money all the time,” he added.

“You will learn but you can do that out on loan. Look at [Andreas] Christensen.

“He went out to Borussia Monchengladbach and got lots of game time. He came back and got lots of Chelsea gametime.

“He isn’t just now because he’s not the best at the club right now.

“There are better players. And it comes down to that in the end.

“You talk about all the players who have come through the system and Chelsea don’t give them chances. Tell me the ones that are burning up the division?

“If you get a game for Liverpool, Manchester City, Spurs, Chelsea and Arsenal, you’d better be hell of a good player.

“You’d better be world-class and you’d better be doing it every week.”

Chelsea travel to Bournemouth this evening in the Premier League [7:45pm].

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