Callum Hudson-Odoi is rated as the next big player to be churned out of Chelsea, however his lack of regular game could push him out of the outfit.
Chelsea won comfortably against POAK in Thursday night’s Europa League fixture which saw the budding striker get on the score-sheet for the Blues.
But his drop from the Blues clash against Fulham has knock some big figures in the league back.
Hudson-Odoi deserved to be in the Blues line-up, but was trimmed out by Maurizio Sarri, and Jamie Redknapp is unhappy about yanking him off the team.
The forward is dripping with confidence and having him warm the bench at Chelsea is a ‘shame’, said the Daily Mail columnist.
Chelsea is replete with young talents and failing to stop, and acknowledge them, could put them in a hard corner.
Sarri will have to rummage his many ways to give the youngster a chance at playing in the Premier League, opined Redknapp.
Sarri, however believe Hudson-Odoi is still not ready and concluded he just got lucky against POAK.
Nonetheless, he has picked him out stamp his name in the next two years if he continues to strive to achieve more.