The Chelsea winger has made only one league appearance this season, but Sarri believes that he is ready to compete with Willian and Pedro, the established first-teamers.
After holding out on signing an improved contract for some time now, Hudson-Odoi recently informed Chelsea he has no intentions of spending his future with them.
Husdon-Odoi was given a rare run out by Maurizio Sarri last weekend in the FA Cup, where he impressed by providing two assists for Alvaro Morata in a 2-0 win over Nottingham Forest.
Hudson-Odoi will look at the success of Jadon Sancho after he left Manchester City for Borussia Dortmund, a move that quickly brought him full England recognition. I mean, from a player's point of view, to know that the manager hasn't got the say whether you stay at the club or not will have an influence on him leaving the football club.
"I don't want to speak about players of other teams, of course", Sarri told reporters ahead of Tuesday's Carabao Cup semi-final first leg against Tottenham.
I still hope he stays at Chelsea and in the Premier League and we get to see the best of him week in and week out. "I don't know the situation with the club, but for me he is an important player". "Sometimes he will be on the bench - as Willian, as Pedro - but now I can start to consider him at the same level". A very good match with application, very good in the defensive phase, but he has been completely normal.
Hudson-Odoi has 18 months remaining on his current deal and Bayern are prepared to pay Chelsea more than the £31million Southampton received for Luke Shaw from Manchester United in 2014.
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