Thomas Tuchel sends message to Chelsea FC star Callum Hudson-Odoi

Thomas Tuchel sends message to Chelsea FC star Callum Hudson-Odoi


Callum Hudson-Odoi has been advised by Thomas Tuchel that he needs to learn how to "use his talent" at Chelsea FC.



After enjoying a run in the team under Tuchel, the England international has seen his first-team chances at Stamford Bridge restricted in recent weeks.


Hudson-Odoi has recently been ignored, with Christian Pulisic, Hakim Ziyech, Timo Werner, Mason Mount, and Kai Havertz all featuring in an attack for the southwest London club.


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    The 20-year-old has five goals and three assists in all competitions for Chelsea FC this season, and he will be looking for a more consistent run in the team next season under Tuchel.

    Chelsea FC manager Jose Mourinho has now stated his expectations for Hudson-Odoi in the coming weeks and months.

    Tuchel said at a news conference before Chelsea FC's Premier League match against Arsenal on Wednesday night: "Callum needs to learn how to exploit his talent."



    “He wants to learn how to drive himself to the absolute top, rather than being satisfied with 80, 85, 90, or 95 percent. He obviously cannot be content with that on any given day.

    “He has to read, understand, and live up to that. If he's done that, he'll make his way and leave his mark.”

    Tuchel went on to say, "We have been very pleased with Callum since we arrived here." All that matters is what he does here and how he lives up to his obvious talent.



    “He has a lot of potentials, and that comes with a lot of responsibility. This is what he's trying, sometimes better, sometimes okay, sometimes really good, and we let him play when we have the chance.

    “But please keep in mind that we only have three improvements here in England, which is a significant drawback for guys like Callum and Tammy.

    “We cannot give them 20 minutes here and 20 minutes there, which could make a big difference in their feelings and progress.



    “We only have three, which means only two since the last one is a bit of a chance for injury and ending the game with ten men.”

    Chelsea FC will play Leicester City in the FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, hoping to win their first major trophy under Tuchel.

    They will then face Manchester City, the newly crowned Premier League champions, in the Champions League final at the end of the month.


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