Chelsea is prepared to turn down a multi-million offer for their star in a bid to keep him at the Stamford Bridge beyond this season.
Chelsea has ruled out the sale of Callum Hudson-Odoi regardless of the outcome of their appeal against the FIFA ban on Thursday.
The attacker is yet to agree to a new deal at Stamford Bridge and he would become a free agent in two seasons time.
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However, Chelsea are willing to forego millions of cash in order to keep the 19-year-old academy graduate for one more season.
The Blues could be unable to sign new players in the summer, should they fail to overturn FIFA's transfer ban.
Bayern Munich is interested in signing the Chelsea winger and the English star is willing to quit the Stamford Bridge for the German Champions.
The London Evening Standard claims Hudson-Odoi has rejected a contract offer worth £85,000-a-week and will continue to hold out for £100,000-a-week.