Callum Hudson-Odoi asks for No.10 shirt once Eden Hazard joins Real Madrid

Callum Hudson-Odoi asks for No.10 shirt once Eden Hazard joins Real Madrid

- Eden Hazard is understood to be ready to join Real Madrid in the summer

- Chelsea are facing difficulties finding a replacement for the Belgian football star

- Callum Hudson-Odoi however wants the Blues to give him the chance to take on the mantle

Chelsea youngster Callum Hudson-Odoi has urged the club to hand him the No. 10 shirt once Eden Hazard completes his move to Real Madrid in the summer.

Hazard is expected to join the La Liga giants after the Europa League final in a deal valued at £100 million.

His departure would see the Blues enter the market in search of his replacement, with previous reports suggesting Barcelona flop, Philippe Coutinho, was in the frame to take the Belgian's place.

Goal.com however reports Hudson-Odoi has informed Chelsea about his desire to take on the mantle even as he considers a long-term future at Stamford Bridge.

The youngster has failed to nail a starting role under Maurizio Sarri, making his full Premier League only after starting a competitive international match for England.

He was the subject of four bids from Bayern Munich during the winter transfer window, handing a transfer request at some stage.

However, with Hazard set for the exits, Hudson-Odoi could be on the verge of a sensational U-turn that will see commit his future at the London club.

The 18-year-old is currently sidelined for around three months with an Achilles injury.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Chelsea star Eden Hazard reportedly agreed a mega million deal to join Spanish giants Real Madrid after the 2018/19 Europa League final between his club and Arsenal.

According to the latest report by L'Equipe, Spanish side Real Madrid are expected to announce the signing of Eden Hazard for massive €100 Million after the Europa League final.

And should Real Madrid go on to sign Eden Hazard later this month as reported by L'Equipe, then it will bring the Belgian's eight years stint at Chelsea to and end.

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