- Manchester United are interested in the signing of Callum Hudson-Odoi
- Bayern Munich are still leading the chase for the youngster's services having submitted multiple bids
- Liverpool are also said to have also shown interest to sign the Chelsea star
Manchester United, have reportedly joined rivals, Liverpool, in the race to sign want-away Chelsea star, Callum Hudson-Odoi.
Hudson-odoi remains non-committal to the Blues, with reports suggesting he is not any close to inking a new deal with the Stamford Bridge outfit ahead of the expiry of his current contract that runs out in 2020.
The teenager was inches away from sealing a January move to Bayern Munich but the deal failed to materialise.
The Germany giants are however still interested in the services of the Englishman, with Borussia Dortmund also plotting a bid.
According a Mail Online report, Bayern are set to submit a £30 million in the summer with the hope of landing Hudson-Odoi's signature.
But with Chelsea's transfer ban, the London side may be unwilling to offload one of the best-rated youngster in the world.
Meanwhile, Hudson-odoi is yet to start a Premier League match under Maurizio Sarri, making starts in the Europa League instead.
England boss, Gareth Southgate, is however backing the teenager to succeed at Stamford Bridge despite his limited game time.
"If you look at number of appearances, he has actually been on the field quite a lot and I know how much faith Maurizio has in him," Mail Online quoted Southgate.
"He’s maturing well. His progress is good and, given that Chelsea could have a restriction on signing people, then his opportunities will come," he added.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Chelsea star Eden Hazard admires Liverpool's Mohamed Salah.
The two players have been in spectacular form this season for their respective clubs, with Salah notching 17 league goals, four more than Hazard's 13.
Hazard believes the Egyptian talisman is one to be emulated in the English Premier Leagie.
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