With the January transfer window fast approaching, rumours linking Chelsea with new players have begun to spring up.
Maurizio Sarri has signed just two players since arriving in London, with Jorginho following him from Napoli and Kepa Arrizabalaga joining from Athletic Bilbao.
One name that keeps appearing is Borussia Dortmund winger, Christian Pulisic.
Chelsea have linked with a move for Pulisic in a £60m move in January, as reports the Daily Mail.
But the most recent reports linking the Blues with American star suggest his arrival could signal Callum Hudson-Odoi’s exit from the club.
With German giants Bayern Munich sniffing around the 18-year-old, interest in him will be high.
So is it really worth losing Hudson-Odoi to make space for Pulisic?
Hudson-Odoi has impressed for the Blues in two consecutive starts in the Europa League.
There is a lot expected of him following excellent progress through Chelsea’s academy.
And while he may not have for many chances in the first quarter of the season, Sarri is slowly working him in.
Chelsea fans are extremely hopeful he’ll be a future Chelsea star, alongside fellow academy graduate Ethan Ampadu.
So whilst he may play much this season, it is definitely not worth losing Hudson-Odoi if it means getting Pulisic.