Chelsea chief, Maurizio Sarri, has said that forward, Callum Hudson-Odoi won't leave Stamford Bridge this January exchange window.
Sarri expressed this on Tuesday in front of Chelsea's Premier League conflict with Bournemouth on Wednesday at the Dean Court Stadium.
Hudson-Odoi, who has presented his exchange demand to Chelsea, is quick to join Bayern Munich this month.
The 18-year-old had declined to invest in Sarri's side because of worries over his absence of playing time in the primary group.
The England adolescent as of now has under year and a half left on his momentum manage Chelsea however Sarri focused on that Chelsea's board disclosed to him that Hudson-Odoi will remain at the club on the grounds that the player is out from exchange showcase.
"On the pitch, [Hudson-Odoi] he's doing great," Sarri was cited by Telegraph as telling correspondents.
"I'm extremely exceptionally content with him. I'm not exceptionally content with the circumstance, but rather I know extremely well that each enormous group here in England has a similar issue.
"It is difficult to keep these youthful players. He is, obviously, a standout amongst the best 18-year-old players in Europe, so it's, extremely troublesome.
"The club revealed to me he's out of the market without a doubt and likely he will be out of the market in July."