Hudson-Odoi now looks set to stay at Chelsea after new boss Frank Lampard gave him the first team assurances that Maurizio Sarri didn't.
Should Callum Hudson-Odoi go on to sign a new five year deal at Chelsea, then the winger will be earning £200,000-per-week.
The 18-year-old has made a miraculous return to training on Tuesday after recovering from an ankle injury.
Hudson-Odoi played 23 games last season for Chelsea scoring five goals and also provided five assists which caught the attention and interest of German club Bayern Munich.
It is understood Lampard will be able to pick Hudson-Odoi in September.
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Batshuayi has already had loan spells at Borussia Dortmund, Valencia and Crystal Palace since his move to Stamford Bridge back in 2016, but it seems that he is now ready to try and hold down a spot in west London.
He was just starting to establish himself as a regular starter in the first team prior to his setback, and the winger will no doubt flourish under messers Lampard and Morris.
Lampard confirmed he sees Hudson-Odoi being a big part of his plans.
'We as a club as a whole want him to stay, for sure.
Hudson-Odoi will become the third academy product to commit his long-term future to Chelsea since Lampard's appointment, following midfield duo Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Mason Mount.