Chelsea's Sarri backs Fabregas move to Monaco but wants replacement

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Bayern Munich have had two bids rejected by Chelsea, who are desperate to keep the England Under-19 winger, who created two goals for Álvaro Morata on his second start of the season in...

Callum Hudson-Odoi has no plans to sign a new Chelsea contract and Bayern Munich are awaiting a response to their fourth bid for the winger, believed to be £35 million, a source has told ESPN FC.

Asked about the decision to play Hudson-Odoi with so much pressure on the player, Blues boss Maurizio Sarri said: "He is on the pitch because he played well in the last match and he is doing very well in training".

Hudson-Odoi has been offered a new contract to try and fend off interest from Bayern and started the League Cup semi-final clash with Tottenham at Wembley last night.

Fabregas is expected to join French team Monaco in the coming days, bringing an end to his 4 1/2-year stay at Chelsea and likely his time in English soccer after a previous eight-year stint at Arsenal. I am really very happy with him.

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"You know very well the situation".

The Ligue 1 club, now being coached by Fabregas' former Arsenal team mate Thierry Henry, are apparently not willing to pay what Chelsea are asking for a player whose contract ends in June this year. British media have reported the German champion is ready to spend 30 million pounds ($38 million) on Hudson-Odoi.

He's just breaking into the starting 11 at Chelsea and could realistically hold a place for many years to come - but a move to Germany is very tempting to say the least. A very good match with application, very good in the defensive phase, but he has been completely normal.

"We played with a very good level of application, of determination, with the heart, with the soul".

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