The German has finally taken a stand amid the exit rumors linking one of his favorites out of Stamford Bridge
Not minding the earlier days of the German manager who has managed to bring home the UCL trophy and how he feel in love with the English kid’s playing pattern.
Just days after his arrival, Thomas Tuchel revealed he has always wanted to coach Hudson-Odoi as he went on to hand the winger a new role in the Chelsea squad.
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The 20-year-old also on how own didn’t fail to impress the former PSG boss as he was applauded back to back week in week out until the very one game when Tuchel took him off just minutes after subbing him on.
Justifying his decision, Tuchel expressed that he didn’t like the way Hudson-Odoi came on the game and had to take him off.
Speaking of the winger, Tuchel said; “The inside position where he played against Man City, this is maybe his best position, we agree on that.
“The big change he had when we brought him on was that it was not only one action that he had. Within one action there were two or three accelerations and decelerations.
“Callum needs to understand how to use his potential. He needs to understand how to push himself to the absolute limit, not be happy with 80, 85, 90, 95 per cent. He must simply be not happy about it any single day.
“This is the thing he has to learn, understand and live for.
“Once he does this, he will make his way and leave his footprint. In his position, it’s about assisting and scoring. Don’t forget that, we don’t have to talk around that.
“Big talent is a big responsibility and this is what he’s trying hard [to realise]. Sometimes better, sometimes ok, sometimes very, very good.
“When we have a chance we let him play. Don’t forget that we only have three changes in England, that is a big disadvantage for the guys like Callum and Tammy [Abraham] We can’t give them 20 minutes here and there that could make a huge difference to their feeling and development.”
It’s now clear that Tuche still has Callum Hudson-Odoi in his project.