Chelsea have had plenty of positives this season as Frank Lampard leads the Blues towards a top four spot despite having to deal with a transfer ban.
Expectations are high at Stamford Bridge but the inexperienced Englishman would hae been forgiven for needing some time to turn things around.
Instead, Lampard has impressed and has already made use of the abundance of young, talented players in the Chelsea squad.
One of those is Callum Hudson-Odoi, who may have spent parts of the season battling injuries, but his future looks promising.
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The more experienced Willian and Pedro have both been linked with Stamford Bridge departures this summer when their contracts end so there could well be room for the young Englishman to prosper.
Hudson-Odoi has previously been linked with a move to Bayern Munich, but he ended up signing a new contract with the Blues.
And according to a report by CIES Football Observatory, Hudson-Odoi is worth €72m, putting him in fifth place of most valuable footballers born on or after the year 2000.
While Chelsea have invested in Hakim Ziyech, who will join the Blues from Ajax this summer, Hudson-Odoi is set to battle for one of the wide positions for the foreseeable future by the 19 year old.
Hudson-Odoi is one of just four England nationals in the top ten most valuable players born in or after the year 2000; such is his talent.
Lampard is clearly a fan of the tricky winger so he will be trusted but he must remain injury free to realise his potential.
Jadon Sancho (€198.5m), Mason Greenwood (€50m) and Phil Foden (€50m) are the other three England nationals in the top ten so he’s definitely among the elite in terms of potential future superstars.
Sancho’s value of €198.5million is almost twice that of the…