Chelsea superstar, Eden Hazard has promised to look after youngster, Callum Hudson-Odoi as he develops at the London club.
There might be a 10 years gap between both players but they do have several things in common and that includes scoring and creating goals and their preference to play on the left.
Eden Hazard has proven that he clearly wants Hudson to succeed at Stamford Bridge.
His words, “I think for him it is easy because the players he has around him are quite humble,”
“If we were all thinking we are the best, for him it can be hard to stay humble. But he is intelligent and has a family who care for him.
“You know, I told him it is the best thing if he stays humble at first — just work in training, score goals and then just be happy on the pitch. He can go very far.
“How did I stay humble at his age? I was not at first listening to everything. Then I think my family also helped me. Things can happen very quickly in football. You can be at the top and then in two months everyone can forget about you.
“But I think if you keep your feet on the ground and train hard… if he wants to ask me something I will tell him, no problem, but he is a great player already.”
“I think Callum can play three games [in a row],”
“He can run, he has the legs for 90 minutes. At 28, we are a bit tired at the end but he is still young. He can still improve but he is in a good team to learn and we are happy to help him.
“You know, when you are young, you just play and sometimes you just try and miss, but the good thing is to give freshness in the team.”
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