18 Jul Callum Hudson-Odoi contract: Frank Lampard expecting to see England celebrity extend Chelsea bargain
The brand new Blues boss has seen Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Mason Mount devote to new terms and is on the lookout for one more kid to follow that guide
Frank Lampard will be expecting to visit Callum Hudson-Odoi devote to a new contract in Chelsea that will bring any doubt regarding his potential to a close.
The 18-year-old’s current deal at Stamford Bridge is supposed to expire in the summer of 2020.
He’s attracted lots of admiring glances from afar, together with Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich having tabled big-money bids throughout the winter transfer window.
Chelsea knocked those back as they have no intention of parting with an academy graduate who has grown to a senior England global.
The Blues have tied fellow home-grown stars Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Mason Mount to new stipulations, together with both highly-rated midfielders penning last-minute bargains.
Lampard desires Hudson-Odoi to be following, together with the gifted adolescent nursing his way back from an Achilles injury at the moment.
The Blues boss told colleagues:”There are some younger players and a few have signed, and a few will signal within another month or so or at the first portion of the season.
“It’s important we proceed ahead on I understand as a club we’re doing our very best to at the top to base.
“Mason signing is fantastic due to the remarkable loans he’s had. He’s a part of their initial -team squad. Ruben has only signed that is great and that I need Callum to register and remain here.
“He’s come through the academy and could be a huge player for Chelsea and England. We, as a team, need him to remain for certain and I believe he understands he’s a supervisor here who are going to want to use him to enhance.
“That’ll take tough work. Nothing is provided, particularly when you are 18, but with the features Callum has we need him to come through and become a major player for us today and later on.”
Hudson-Odoi hasn’t formed a part of Chelsea’s pre-season programs because he functions on regaining full fitness, while N’Golo Kante is just another to have missed on the first days of Lampard’s reign.
The World Cup winner picked up knee and knee problems near the end of this 2018-19 effort, but the Blues are optimistic that the Frenchman is going to be prepared to kick off the new Premier League season off at Manchester United on August 11.
Lampard added:”I’m confident.
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“I despise making a lot of forecasts. It’s an accident that came in the rear end of last year.
“With the number of games he has played in the past couple of seasons it’s essential to be careful, and together with the sort of player he is, a very playful and a healthy lad, supposed that pushing him in the beginning of pre-season wasn’t vital.
“We will take it somewhat easy at the beginning and hopefully he will be ready for the beginning of the year”