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Monday March 23 2020
Hudson-Odoi recovers from coronavirus

Chelsea have confirmed that Callum Hudson-Odoi is “feeling fine and back to his usual self” after his COVID-19 diagnosis two weeks ago.

Hudson-Odoi tested positive for coronavirus on March 13 and subsequently went into self-isolation while Chelsea deep-cleaned their training complex.

Although their statement does not categorically state the England winger has undergone a negative test, the Blues assured he was on the mend, to the extent he was “hard at work training at home”.

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Friday March 13 2020
West Ham self-isolate staff in contact with Arteta

West Ham have confirmed that the personnel in direct contact with Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta are now in self-isolation.

Arsenal confirmed that their Spanish coach Arteta has tested positive for COVID-19 and later it was announced that Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi also had contracted the virus.

After the match against Arsenal at the weekend, The Hammers have confirmed that they have decided to take precautionary measures.

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Friday March 13 2020
Premier League suspended until April 4

The Premier League has officially decided to suspend the championship until April 4, along with the rest of the English Football League.

After the decision to suspend the matches in the Premier League, only the German Bundesliga is scheduled to play behind closed doors this weekend.

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Friday March 13 2020
Hudson-Odoi has Coronavirus

Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi has tested positive for COVID-19, the second case in the Premier League after Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta.

The Blues released a statement on their official website, confirming that the 19-year-old has tested positive for the Coronavirus, meaning that the whole squad is in quarantine.

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Friday January 11 2019
Sarri coy on Higuain & Barella links

Maurizio Sarri admits Chelsea ‘need two players’ in response to rumours they could sign Milan striker Gonzalo Higuain and Cagliari’s Nicolo Barella.

Higuain and Barella have been heavily linked with January moves to Chelsea, given Alvaro Morata has struggled for goals and Cesc Fabregas is close to joining Monaco.

Reacting to the speculation at a Press conference, Sarri said: “As you know very well I am not involved with the market.

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Wednesday January 9 2019
Juve join Hudson-Odoi race?

Juventus are reportedly preparing a late bid for Chelsea starlet and Bayern Munich target Callum Hudson-Odoi.

The Sun cites a report in the Mirror, which claims Juve are ‘keen’ to make a last-ditch offer for Hudson-Odoi.

The newspapers agree the Bianconeri have ‘already held talks’ with Chelsea over a deal for the 18-year-old.

However, the winger would ‘prefer a move to Bayern’, who have had several bids rejected but have come back in with an offer worth £35m (€39m).

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