21 Aug

Ghanaian-born Hudson-Odoi to become highest paid teenager after agreeing £200,000 week wages with Chelsea

Chelsea star Callum Hudson-Odoi is set to sign an incredible £200,000-a-week contract keeping him at Stamford Bridge for the next five years.

The England winger, 18, is recovering strongly from an Achilles injury and was back at first-team training this week.
 
Now Chelsea boss Frank Lampard looks set to tie Hudson-Odoi down until at least 2024 with a deal worth a staggering £52million on the table.
 
The Blues have been in advanced talks with the talented youngster for a month now, as the club hope to stave off the advances of Bayern Munich.
 
The German giants have been chasing the hotshot winger since January and had bids of up to £35million turned down.
 
But Hudson-Odoi now looks to be staying in West London after Lampard took over from Maurizio Sarri and gave him first-team assurances the Italian could not.
 
His wage will start at £180,000-a-week and rise to £200,000 per week based on bonuses.
 
Hudson-Odoi has not played since April 22 after suffering an Achilles injury against Burnley.
 
But after taking part in training with the Under-23s in recent weeks, Hudson-Odoi has now teamed up with the first team once again at Cobham.
 
And last week, Lampard revealed the winger was edging towards a first-team return.
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