October 5, 2023

Callum Hudson-Odoi has had himself a pretty decent first month out on loan at Bayer Leverkusen, beginning four of their five games (across the Bundesliga and the Heroes Association), gathering help, and for the most part, assisting the group with working on their exhibitions after an unfavorable beginning to the season.

So normally, he’s not precisely stressed over what could occur in a couple of months or toward the finish of the season, and when precisely he will be getting back to Chelsea. Ongoing reports recommended that Graham Potter could hope to review the 21-year-old in January, yet definitely, that is a) premature talk at this moment and b) not something to be thankful for on the off chance that it works out (if Callum’s battling, that is bad, and assuming that he’s playing great, why upset that).

Furthermore, after 2022 loaded up with injury and seat time, the youthful winger’s just partaking in his football at this moment. To be sure, there’s no obvious explanation to zero in on anything more.

“By the day’s end, it no longer has anything to do with me. I can give my best now for the club and drive myself as far as possible here and give all that I would be able. We don’t have the foggiest idea what will occur from this point to the furthest limit of the season. At this moment I’m simply zeroing in on playing however much football as could reasonably be expected and attempting to help the group.”

“Getting around here, my point was to get whatever several games as could be expected under the circumstances and expand on the wellness that I haven’t had in the past two or three seasons for Chelsea. I think game-wise, I’ve been playing a great deal here and I’m truly getting a charge out of it.

“You need to partake in each moment of it, you need to be attempting to help the group however much as could reasonably be expected, scoring objectives and helping objectives. Regardless of whether it’s not scoring objectives, it’s simply being persuasive in the group. I’m most certainly partaking in my football right now and I think it was the perfect move at the ideal season of my vocation to come here.”

-Callum Hudson-Odoi; source: Sky through team talk

Everything looks OK then, at that point.

Callum and his Bayer team take on marginally unstable Bayern Munich this evening (Friday), which ought to be a decent game to watch (19.30 BST Sky Sports Blend/2:30 pm EDT ESPN+).

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