Callum Hudson-Odoi is even more determined to leave Chelsea, with Maurizio Sarri refusing to come good on his promise to give the winger more game time, reports claim.
And now French champions Paris Saint-Germain are also willing to offer the 18-year-old a way out of Stamford Bridge, joining Bayern Munich in the hunt for his signature.
The talented winger submitted a transfer request in January amid several offers from Bayern, but eventually stayed with the Blues as Sarri hinted he would get more minutes on the pitch.
But since asking to leave, Hudson-Odoi has played just 13 minutes of Premier League football and continues to wait for his debut start in the English top-flight.
The England youth international was left on the bench for Monday night’s 2-0 defeat to Manchester United, which saw the Blues eliminated from the FA Cup.
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Fans inside Stamford Bridge repeatedly chanted Hudson-Odoi’s name, begging Sarri to introduce the teenager, but instead the manager made three like-for-like substitutions which failed to impact the game.
Bayern are expected to return with a bid in the summer, after their £35million offer was rejected in January, while PSG are also plotting their move, according to The Sun.
Chelsea are desperate to agree a new contract with Hudson-Odoi, whose current deal expires next year, and the club may regret missing the opportunity to cash in last month.
With his contract running down, his value is likely to decrease, and the Blues could lose one of Europe’s brightest prospects for next-to-nothing.