As Chelsea look to continue with a big summer squad rebuild, their could be implications elsewhere in the squad.
Despite it being an exciting time for the fans and many of the players, there will be some players viewing some of the arrivals as a dent to their own progression and playing time.
You’d have to think that striker Tammy Abraham may be thinking about this right now after the arrival of German international striker Timo Werner, and the fine form of Olivier Giroud keeping Abraham out of the starting line up since football restarted.
The England international has a contract at Chelsea until 2023, but talks have been ongoing over a new and improved extension for some time now.
Football Insider said that talks had been going well, but Abraham’s camp have now started growing impatient with the lack of progress in discussions in recent weeks.
Abraham has seen the club give Hudson-Odoi a deal worth £120,000 a week, and Reece James around £100,000 a week. He believes that he should be earning more than Hudson-Odoi.