Earlier this week, reports claimed that Bayern have reignited their interest in Hudson-Odoi having failed to sign him two years ago.
Bayern had multiple bids, including an offer of £35 million, rejected by Chelsea in January 2019.
And it’s understood that the Bundesliga champions are now considering a new move for the Chelsea winger as they are keen to bolster their attacking options.
But according to the Evening Standard, Hudson-Odoi’s preference is to remain at Chelsea and he is keen to ‘force’ his way back into Tuchel’s plans.
Speaking towards the end of the season, Tuchel challenged Hudson-Odoi to maximise his potential.
‘Callum needs to understand how to use his potential,’ said the Chelsea manager.
‘He needs to understand how to push himself to the absolute limit, and not be happy with 80, 85, 90, 95 per cent.
‘He simply cannot be happy with that in any single day. He needs to learn and understand that and live up to that. Once he does this, he will make his way and leave his footprints.’
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