Chelsea have been in the running for the Italian's signature, but the west London club are "resisting Maurizio Sarri's calls" to buy him.
However the problem has been turning youth products into first team regulars, with only Ruben Loftus-Cheek getting close since John Terry became a member of the first team.
But neither of those defects were evident at Wembley as Hudson-Odoi represented one of the only positives Chelsea could take from their defeat to Spurs. The 18 year old has wanted first team football but has been restricted to just five games.
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And Smith reckons Hudson-Odoi, 18, should jump at the chance of joining them in the Bundesliga.
Sky Sports are reporting that the German Giants have tabled a fourth bid of £35 million for the England U19 worldwide, which includes no buy back option - something fellow Bundesliga side RB Leipzig had been prepared to include in any deal.
The Chelsea boss revealed last week he was not aware the move was going ahead until it was done and with the 20-year-old United States worldwide returning to previous club Borussia Dortmund on loan for the remainder of the season there has been no talks between the pair.
Hudson-Odio could follow in Sancho's footsteps.
After holding out on signing an improved contract for some time now, Hudson-Odoi recently informed Chelsea he has no intentions of spending his future with them. He is improving, I'm very happy with him.