Chelsea Players Who Have Been Bayern Munich's Dream Signing
By Cmogere | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 416 views
Hansi Flick has really been impressed by some of the Chelsea players. During an interview after 6-2 win (aggregate) over Seria A club Lazio,Bayern coach was interviewed and he said Chelsea youngster Callum Hudson Odoi has been their dream signing before Chelsea convinced him to sign a contract.
The 20 year old was very impressive under former Chelsea coach Maurizio Sarri. However, during the reign of Frank Lampard he got injuries and was used as a substitute.
The likes of Ziyech, Harvertz and Werner seem to have overtaken the England man in Tuchel's thinking.
Flick also mentioned Harvertz and Werner to be they wished to sign during the summer had it not been the impact of Covid-19.
"Ideally, I would have wanted all the three: Leroy (sane), Werner and Harvertz," flick said.
As it was the German pair both moved to the Bridge for a reported £50m for Werner and £75m a club record for Harvertz.
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