Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has refused to rule out the potential departure of Callum Hudson-Odoi before the transfer deadline on Monday.
Bayern Munich have recently revived their interest in Hudson-Odoi and they are keen on signing him on loan with the obligation to buy next summer.
Blues boss Frank Lampard has no plans of parting ways with the attacker, but the hierarchy may consider his exit, if the offer is suitable.
Speaking after the Blues’ 4-0 win over Crystal Palace, Lampard refused to deny the speculation and said that a definitive answer will be known on Monday.
“There is no definitive answer. By Monday we will know the answer. They (Bayern) might have declared their interest, which is one thing, but as I have just said there in terms of the squad, everything that happens by Monday will be things that are firstly good for us as a club, because Callum is our player, and what Callum wants comes into consideration,” He told.
Hudson-Odoi started his first Premier League game of the campaign on Saturday. However, his spot is far from guaranteed when Hakim Ziyech returns to full fitness after his knee injury.
He is open to the prospect of joining the European champions, who have tracked his progress over the past 18 months. However, he has no plans to force through his exit from Stamford Bridge.