Frank Lampard urges Callum Hudson-Odoi to stay at Chelsea

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Frank Lampard urges Callum Hudson-Odoi to stay at Chelsea

Chelsea legend Frank Lampard has revealed that he feels Ruben Loftus-Cheek should be playing more for the Blues, as reported on Talksport.

The 18-year-old's future at Stamford Bridge remains in doubt after he allegedly handed in a transfer request during the January transfer window.

Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich are both believed to be interested in the Englishman ahead of a potential summer raid (Sun).

Two more goals for Chelsea before half-time - Giroud's second and a sliding finish from Marcos Alonso from a Callum Hudson-Odoi cross - put the tie to bed for Maurizio Sarri's side with 45 minutes left to play. But Lampard hopes that he will remain patient and ultimately stay with the Blues.

"He needs to be doing everything to get in that team. I hope it can be agreed that he can stay at Chelsea". I don't know him that well but I'm sure that's the standard at Chelsea he's going by himself.

Hudson-Odoi got a second-half appearance in the draw against Wolverhampton Wanderers at the weekend and every fan is willing him on when he's on the ball. I am not anxious because you know very well my opinion: I want in my team only the players who want to play for Chelsea, so I can not be anxious'.

He's a winger with tremendous pace and trickery, something he's been able to show during his chances at senior level.

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has described the pitch for Thursday's Europa League fixture at Dynamo Kiev as a "disaster" and warned it may lead to injuries for his players.

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