Bayern end Hudson-Odoi chase

Bayern end Hudson-Odoi chase

Bayern end Hudson-Odoi chase

Chelsea was well on its way to its biggest Premier League loss in 23 years when a chorus of "You don't know what you're doing" rang out from the supporters.

The youngster was left out of the squad for Wednesday's 4-0 drubbing at the hands of Bournemouth, but Bayern boss Niko Kovac has essentially ruled out the possibility of pushing through a deal this month.

He met with the players ahead of afternoon training, in which the mood was said to be business-like. Stories linking Hazard with a move to the Spanish capital are nothing new but it does feel that this summer the move could become a reality with the player continually happy to express his desire to play in LaLiga.

"We are very angry".

"I think Sarri calling the players out will have a detrimental effect".

Chelsea's head coach finds himself locked in an ideological battle with a fanbase reared on reactive, battling, never-say-die football in the mould of John Terry and Didier Drogba. Claudio Ranieri's men are still five points adrift of safety but they are within touching distance of the teams above them, including 17th-placed Southampton, [12.0], and 16th-placed Crystal Palace, [15.0], who played out a 1-1 draw at St Mary's.


Indeed, players have private concerns about Sarri's lack of adaptability in terms of tactics.

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Chelsea were back in training for a light session on Thursday afternoon, Sarri using the opportunity to have another post-match debrief.

Sportsmail revealed on Thursday that the Italian's job is on the line with doubts emerging about his suitability.

Hudson-Odoi scored a brilliant goal against Sheffield Wednesday on Sunday, with Sarri suggesting his game-time would increase and he should subsequently snub Bayern Munich.

The French giants will have to cope without him as they look to finally go all the way in the European Cup.

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