Bayern Munich’s pursuit of Chelsea’s Callum Hudson-Odoi has been well-documented with the 18-year-old set to reject the Blues’ latest £85,000-a-week contract offer as he holds out for a move to the Allianz Arena, according to Sky Sports.
This is a transfer saga, however, that could be about to take a very interesting twist with Liverpool reportedly ready to enter the fray.
Sport Bild journalist Christian Falk reports the Reds are keen on signing Hudson-Odoi from their Premier League rivals in a move the Stamford Bridge hierarchy will undoubtedly be warning their winger against.
With Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane all undisputed starters at Liverpool, the 2016/17 Premier League champions will argue Hudson-Odoi has more of a chance of winning a first-team spot in west London with both Pedro and Willian now in their 30s.
Based on the minutes he has been given so far this season by Maurizio Sarri, though, it would be hard to blame the England U19 international for thinking otherwise.
You can have a look at what Liverpool supporters have had to say about all of Hudson-Odoi speculation below…
— FutbolKeita (@FutbolKeita) January 23, 2019
Potential to be class player. Could be utilised as cf if bobby tired or injured. Swap with mane and ability to shine under klopp
— Z . LUCIANO (@Zeddaces) 23 January 2019
Yep id take this guy no problem make it happen!!!!!
— Kopite74 (@Kopite741) January 23, 2019
I’d love this!
— The Heroic Luke (@The_Heroic_Luke) January 23, 2019
Hell yeah … Edwards get him signed !!!
— nomad@XXX (@nomad56060053) January 23, 2019
Oh thats fantastic
— Rozy Harry (@Rozy_Harry14) January 23, 2019
Bit stretch to spend the amount Bayern willing to on him but if Klopp believes so then i’m in
— SIHSB (@PhyloSlOTHical) January 23, 2019
As much as I'd love to see Hudson-Odoi in a LFC shirt…
I am convinced it isn't going to happen, I don't think LFC will sign any first team player this January. pic.twitter.com/7tC0r8EksS
— LFCChatBlog (@LFCChatBlog) January 23, 2019
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