Bayern Munich’s negotiations with Chelsea “ in full swing ” on the loan deal for Callum Hudson-Odoi … as it appears that the winger has “ hired a £ 1,500-a-month personal trainer in an effort to impress the boss Frank Lampard ‘
- Bayern Munich have long wanted to sign Callum Hudson-Odoi
- Negotiations had cooled, but now it looks like a loan move could be on the cards
- The Bild report negotiations are in “full swing” after the player has fallen in the pecking order
- Hudson-Odoi also reportedly hired a £ 1,500-a-month personal trainer
Bayern Munich are in talks with Chelsea over an extraordinary loan move for Callum Hudson-Odoi before the transfer window closes on Monday, it was reported.
Bayern have a long-standing affection for the England winger, having already tried to sign him in the summer and winter windows of 2019, but now they could finally get their man on loan for a season.
Bild reports that negotiations are in “full swing” between the two clubs, after Hudson-Odoi downgraded Frank Lampard’s side.
Callum Hudson-Odoi (left) could leave Chelsea for a loan transfer to Bayern before Monday night
Hansi Flick is thrilled to bring the young Brit on on a one-season loan deal
Following the arrival of Kai Havertz and Timo Werner, the 19-year-old is expected to find his playing time limited this season, and Bayern are ready to swoop in with a loan move before Monday’s transfer deadline at 11pm. .
It is reported that Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic has never taken Hudson-Odoi off his grocery list, and now it looks like he can get his man.
It is understood that Bayern were enthusiastic about the deals for both Thomas Lemar and Andrej Kramatic of Atletico Madrid and Hoffenheim respectively, but they were deemed too expensive.
The arrival of Kai Havertz, among others, dropped Hudson-Odoi in the pecking order
The outsider hired a £ 1,500-a-month personal trainer in an effort to impress Frank Lampard
Hudson-Odoi, meanwhile, would be hiring a £ 1,500-a-month coach and private camp in an effort to improve his fitness and impress manager Lampard.
The Sun reports that Lampard has made repeated requests to Hudson-Odoi to show him a better work ethic, and the player has now heeded that request.
The young Brit is said to have hired a specialized fitness guru and is renting the entire pitch to a local non-sampled club twice a week for his sessions.
He’s lifting extra weights, as well as being challenged with shuttle runs and endurance training, it’s been reported.