Transfer: Lampard admits striker could leave Chelsea in January

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Callum Hudson-Odoi was in inspired form as he scored and created another to help Chelsea beat Nottingham Forest in their FA Cup third-round tie.

But one big ray of hope for the Hammers is the fact that Newcastle United have been informed that the forward will only be allowed to leave once Chelsea manage to bring in a replacement. That request met with a similar requests.

'Olivier is not happy at this moment, based on the little playing time he is getting.

Giroud also has interest from France, particularly from Bordeaux, but the former Arsenal man is seriously considering linking up with ex-Chelsea manager Antonio Conte again.

I have spoken with him.

"I've been doing work every day with the conditioning coaches to ensure it is strong enough and nothing else happens to it".

"So we are still there..."

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Chelsea Assistant Manager Jody Morris says he has the "utmost respect" for Jose Mourinho despite previously poking fun at the Tottenham boss on social media.

Telefoot first reported the France global is "ready to go" to Inter, even if it means he would be their third-choice striker.

Chelsea FC will return to Premier League action on Saturday afternoon when they host Burnley at Stamford Bridge in the top flight. Scoring eight PL goals for the West London club as he has featured mainly from the bench, if at all.

Hudson-Odoi drilled home Chelsea's opener, and then had a hand in a goal for Ross Barkley, as the Blues eased into the fourth round of the FA Cup.

Inter Milan have joined Newcastle, Crystal Palace and Aston Villa in the race for the Frenchman, who is desperate for first-team football.

Giroud would be an ideal signing for the Magpies and is understood to be open to the idea of making the move to the North East because of a lack of games under Frank Lampard.

Jadon Sancho was named Borussia Dortmund's Player of the Year last season after netting 12 goals plus 14 assists in the league which saw his team finish the league in second position behind Bayern Munich who won a seventh league title in a row.

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