Ghanaian forward Callum Hudson-Odoi has stated how it felt like leaving his boyhood club Chelsea FC this summer on a permanent deal.
The English-born Ghanaian attacker joined Nottingham Forest FC from Chelsea on a three-year deal after failing to impress Mauricio Pochettino, who’s the manager of the club.
Hudson-Odoi: “Chelsea has been my home for a very long time and knowing it was time to go was emotional. It was difficult”.
“We had conversations but I thought it was best if I leave — so it was a mutual agreement, but I’d say it was more my decision”, told Telegraph.
He played a big role when Chelsea beat Manchester City FC to win their second UEFA Champions League trophy in 2021 under current Bayern Munich boss Thomas Tuchel.
He was sent on loan to Germany Bundesliga side Bayer 04 Leverkusen during the 2022-23 season and was shipped out from the club this summer, joining Premier League side Nottingham Forest.