It was a pretty good season for Callum Hudson-Odoi. Bay is the first goal for Bayern Munich and senior football and is now a callup for the English national team.
The teenager did not start the Premier League match and managed all of this, and Maurizio Sarri has not yet given young people the opportunity to advance to Chelsea's first team.
The rise of Hudson-Odoi in football outside of Stamford Bridge has been a big surprise for many footballers, but so far the appearance of the future hasn't been shocked for those following a career from London. .
But for many, the question is just how good Hudson-Odoi is. Is he really the best young English talent, or are he so excited about a player who can't prove himself yet?
Although he didn't start the Premier League game this season, Hudson-Odoi gave Sari a chance of 19 of the eight games in the Europa League.
But when he was on the pitch, Hudson-Odoi did everything he had asked for, scoring five times, including four in Europe.
Bayern Munich seriously attempted to make a deal with young people in January, as British young people, especially the Bundesliga, turned out to be in high demand.
When the German champions entered the bid after the bid, Hudson-Odoi asked Chelsea to leave for more 1-team football.
To keep the talented teenager desperate, Sarri gave Hudson-Odoi more game time after the year.
It might have been tempting to lend an attacker in January, but Chelsea, like Norwich, Leeds or Aston Villa, continued to choose among one of the potentially promoted teams and favorites with the latest championship betting odds. Inside and outside the first team, Sarri's future was not evident due to the terrible form, so Hudson-Odoi will play a bigger role when a new manager needs to replace and replace Italy.
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Hudson-Odoi can be played anywhere along the wire, whether on the wing or outside or as a striker.
Winning the 2017 FIFA World Cup Under 17, the forward represented England from under 16 to 19, making a callup under 21 this season, withdrawing many players.
It is not yet known whether or not Gareth Southgate will be willing to put Hudson-Odoi into the starting lineup, but England has proven not to be afraid to give young people a chance when they feel ready.
Now, a year later, he will not have the opportunity to impress the international stage past Hudson-Odoi.