Chelsea star Callum Hudson-Odoi has agreed to personal terms with Fulham to join Marco Silva’s side on a permanent transfer after being made surplus to requirements at Stamford Bridge.
Hudson-Odoi is one of the finest players to have graduated from the Blues academy, and so much was expected from him when he broke through at the club.
However, he failed to meet expectations and spent last season on loan at Bayer Leverkusen, but the Germans did not make the transfer permanent.
He is back at Chelsea, but a new manager is in town, and Mauricio Pochettino does not intend to go on with the winger, who now has to leave.
Lazio is interested in a move for him, but he seems closer to a move to Fulham after Marco Silva decided to stay with the London club, despite interest from Saudi Arabia.
Daily Mail reveals Hudson-Odoi has agreed on personal terms with the Cottagers, and both clubs just need to find an agreement over a transfer fee for the deal to be completed.
Lazio is also keen to land him, with Maurizio Sarri pushing for a reunion with the attacker who he worked with while at Chelsea between 2018 and 2020.