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If Liverpool sign Callum Hudson-Odoi, Leeds may gain a £20m transfer boost

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If Liverpool sign Callum Hudson-Odoi, Leeds may gain a £20m transfer boost

Liverpool are reportedly keeping tabs on Chelsea star Callum Hudson-Odoi as he looks set to enter the final 12 months of his contract at Stamford Bridge – and a move to Anfield could benefit Leeds United.

SportBild claimed that Borussia Dortmund have joined Bayern Munich in targeting the 18-year-old wonderkid. But they also reported that Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool retain an interest in the England winger.

Bayern Munich met Chelsea’s £35million valuation of Hudson-Odoi in January, but Chelsea rejected a move despite Hudson-Odoi’s wishes. They opted to keep the player despite his asking price being met.

The summer becomes an intriguing one. Hudson-Odoi’s contract expires at the end of the 2019-20 campaign and that leaves Chelsea with two transfer windows to sell him in. Indeed, they are unable to buy new players.

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That is because they have been banned from signing new talent in the next two windows. They will be desperate to keep Hudson-Odoi, but Liverpool may table an offer the Blues simply cannot reject.


If such an occurrence happens and Hudson-Odoi moves north to Merseyside, Leeds may find it a lot easier to sign Harry Wilson after being linked with the Derby County loanee earlier this month.

The Sun on Sunday (3/3; page 61) claimed Leeds were interested in landing the Wales international, if they gain promotion to the Premier League. Goal value Wilson at a whopping £20million.

Liverpool already boast the likes of Sadio Mane, Xherdan Shaqiri, Mo Salah, Adam Lallana and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain as options out wide. Ryan Kent is on loan at Rangers and could return to Anfield.

Adding Hudson-Odoi into that mix and Wilson is left with no chance but to leave. If Leeds meet Liverpool’s asking price for the 22-year-old, then the signing of Hudson-Odoi may make a move easier to manoeuvre.

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