Arsenal urged to opt against moving for highly-rated Chelsea star

Arsenal have been urged to look away from a move to sign Chelsea youngster Callum Hudson-Odoi, in favour of someone with a better proven record in the Premier League.

The Gunners are believed to be working to find a new option to play on the right-wing this season, with Nicolas Pepe likely to part as back-up to Bukayo Saka.

One of the names being bandied about is Hudson-Odoi, who has struggled to live up to the huge expectations since breaking through from the academy.

CHO was previously the subject of a big-money offer from Bayern Munich, only for the Blues to reject the approach, and he has since earned irregular opportunities within their first-team.

After years of limited playing time however, he is once again being tipped for a move, and we could well become an option.

Football.London‘s Bailey Keogh has urged Arsenal to overlook him in favour of someone with a better proven record in the English top flight, and the logic is difficult to disagree with.

While I’m not convinced that the Chelsea winger would struggle to thrive in a new environment, it is hard to disagree that signing a more proven player makes sense.

Our transfer policy is one which allows us to take some risks however, depending on the price which a player can be bought for, although I’m not convinced that Chelsea would be looking to do us any favours by selling the 21 year-old for a bargain fee.

Do you think we should be looking to bring Hudson-Odoi to the Emirates?


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  1. Arteta’s always big on attitude, so what makes anyone believe Terta was ever in for Calteck whose attitude is the reason he’s stagnant?

  2. CHO is a gifted young player with a style that I think would suit Arsenal.

    I doubt it will happen for two reasons:
    A) Chelsea must now see us as an equal and aren’t going to be keen to strengthen us and
    B) His wages (150k pw) are too high based on his performances (not his potential)

    1. good 2nd point. He’d totally distrupt our wages structure. We are trying to get Saka to sign a new contract. imagine we bring CHO in, and he makes more than Saka’s new contract.

  3. I bet Chelsea regret not taking that offer from Munich a couple of years ago .
    Loan with an option to buy for 70 million 😂
    Mind you they probably wouldn’t have taking up the option as they are the juve of the German league .
    Pulisic To Man Utd ,ronaldo to Chelsea could be happening.

  4. Chelsea would never allow him to go on loan/ or buy. We are directly competing with them this season.

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