Callum Hudson-Odoi is prepared to let his contract run out at Chelsea to get his move to Bayern Munich.
The teenager has been the subject of several bids from the Bundesliga giants and despite gaining more gametime in recent weeks, the player is desperate to leave according to Mail Online.
Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has stated that he wants to keep the player and has been publically critical of the way Bayern have expressed their desire to sign a player who is still under contract.
It is reported that Hudson-Odoi will refuse to sign a new deal at the club - furthermore he is prepared to see out his contract and leave the club for next to nothing if he is blocked from joining Bayern.
Encouraged by the likes of Jadon Sanco at Borussia Dortmund, Hudson-Odoi wants regular first team football and at present, Sarri cannot oblige. Bayern's latest bid for the player was €35million having had two previous offers rejected.
The player's contract expires in the summer of 2020 and he could be prepared to wait and leave this summer or sign a pre-contract agreement next January.
Should Chelsea stand their ground, Hudson-Odoi will not buckle. He could hold out for a year and, in January 2020, he can negotiate freely with overseas club as only six months will remain on his contract.
Hudson-Odoi started in the FA Cup tie versus Nottingham Forest recently as well as the Carabao Cup semi-final first leg against Tottenham but he was only on the bench against Newcastle in the Premier League.