Bayer Leverkusen 'agree to sign Chelsea's Hudson-Odoi on loan'

Bayer Leverkusen ‘have agreed to sign Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi on a season-long loan’ with the England star ‘jetting out to Germany for a medical’ after growing frustrated by a lack of action at Stamford Bridge

  • Bayer Leverkusen have reportedly agreed to sign Callum Hudson-Odoi on loan 
  • The Chelsea winger has struggled to break into Thomas Tuchel’s first team  
  • Hudson-Odoi is set to fly out to Germany to seal his move to the Bundesliga  

Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi is reportedly set to seal a loan move to Bayer Leverkusen after the Bundesliga side agreed a deal until the end of the season. 

The England international has found opportunities hard to come by since overcoming a crippling Achilles injury he sustained last season and Thomas Tuchel has not found room for the 21-year-old after signing Raheem Sterling.

Now Hudson-Odoi is ready to clinch his first ever loan move from Chelsea and is set to fly out to Germany to put pen to paper on a season-long deal, according to Sky Sports. 

Callum Hudson-Odoi is set to join Bayer Leverkusen on loan in order to secure regular football

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has not found space in his side for Hudson-Odoi since he recovered from an Achilles injury

Sportsmail reported last week how Chelsea and Leverkusen were in talks over the loan – with Hudson-Odoi informed Chelsea he was keen to leave earlier this month in a bid to secure more regular football.

At one point in 2020, the 21-year-old was being chased by Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich but Chelsea rejected the club’s bids and instead extended the contract of the player.

However now, it seems like Hudson-Odoi will be lighting up the pitches in Germany after all.

Hudson Odoi has played 126 times for the Blues after starting his career at the club and is now set for his first ever loan spell away

Hudson-Odoi, who joined Chelsea at the age of six as has risen up the ranks to make 126 appearances for the senior side.

He enjoyed his best spell at Stamford Bridge under the guidance of Frank Lampard, who was keen to hand opportunties to the club’s young English stars. 

He playing 33 times in the 2019-20 campaign when the club legend arrived – netting three goals – and 37 the following season, scoring five.

But in the 2021-22 campaign he saw his play time limited to 28 matches as he struggled with injuries. 

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