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In the last few days, Bayern Munich have expressed their interest in signing Chelsea‘s youngster Callum Hudson-Odoi.

The Blues defender Antonio Rudiger has revealed his team-mate asked him about the German giants, while now Marcos Alonso urges Hudson-Odoi to stay at Stamford Bridge as the Premier League is the best league to develop as a player.

He is a good player, but he is very young.” Marcos Alonso told Sky Sports. “He needs to have patience and to be hungry and fight for a place in this team. That is all he needs to do. He has all the conditions to be a great player. Now it is up to him to fight for a place here or try to find more minutes somewhere else.”

The Spaniard also claims especially Bayern Munich is not the right place for his young teammate. “Bayern Munich? We are Chelsea, another great team. The Premier League is the most competitive league in the world. I don’t know why someone would go to Bayern Munich.” Marcos Alonso underlines.

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Chelsea youngster Ethan Ampadu made his competitive debut with Wales on Thursday night and, after the game vs Republic of Ireland, he spoke about his contrasting feelings about the start of the season with the Blues.

You could say there’s been frustration on one hand, but at the same time I’m getting experience training with the players,” Ampadu told reporters. “I’m just trying to improve to get into the team. This season’s plans are this season’s plans and at the moment I’ve just to keep improving to try and get in the team. I want to show the manager what I can do.”

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Winger Harvey St.Clair leaves Chelsea: the Scottish youngster, according to Skysport has signed a three-year deal with Italian team Venezia, who play in the Serie B, the second level of Italian football.

With Chelsea, St.Clair, who is also a Scotland Under-21 international, played regularly for the development team, but he never made a senior appearance.

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Chelsea youngster Charly Musonda has ended his loan-spell at Celtic and he is back at Stamford Bridge.

The talented midfielder joined the Scottish Champions during last January transfer window as the two clubs agreed an 18-month deal for Musonda’s loan.

However, the Blues youngster didn’t have many chances to play as explained by Celtic’s manager Brendan Rodgers: “He was a joy to work with, a really good boy”, Rodgers said. “wanted to learn and he’s now at an age where he needs to play week in, week out, and, unfortunately, I couldn’t promise him that.”

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Chelsea youngster Charly Musonda is today in Glasgow to sign for Celtic after the two clubs agreed an 18 month loan.

The young midfielder will undergo later today his medical before his move will be officialy announced.

Meanwhile, Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers commented: “He’s a really exciting prospect. 24 clubs were in for Charly, it’s a great coup for us.”

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Chelsea youngster Ethan Ampadu impressed again in his third start of the season with the first team in the Carabao Cup.

The Welsh kid held the midfield in tonight’s clash against Bournemouth and shared his satisfaction, also for reaching the competition semifinals, after the final whistle:

“I am really satisfied of my game, I tried to do my football,” Ampadu said on tv.

“I am obviously happy Conte trusted me again, I had to repay him.

Gary Cahill helped me a lot during the game, but he was not the only one, and his help was really important.

“It was a great journey until the semifinals, I didn’t expect my involvement in the first team so soon.

“All my mates teach me something new every day, it’s something special for me.

“Of course I hope to play the final.”

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When, after 79 minutes, yesterday evening Ethan Ampadu replaced Andreas Christensen at John Smith Stadium, the youngster wrote an historic page in Chelsea history.

Ampadu is the first Blues player born in the new millennium who play in a Chelsea’s Premier League game.

Ampadu is Chelsea’s second-youngest ever Premier League player, behind Jody Morris, who made his top-flight debut aged 17 years and 43 days in 1996.

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Brazilian midfielder Willian believes Ruben Loftus-Cheek will have a great future as football player and, joking, says he doesn’t understand why Chelsea let him go on loan to Crystal Palace this season.

“A very good player,” Willian said about Loftus-Cheek -. “He is strong, he has quality. He has a great future. I don’t know why he is at Crystal Palace. He has to come back!”

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