Chelsea transfer target Callum Wilson has admitted he would like to play at the highest level amid speculation over his long-term future at Bournemouth.
Despite facing a transfer ban for the next couple of windows, there has been constant speculation in the media suggesting that we may be able to get their ban overturned and acquire a few players that will help take the club back to the very top of European football.
And one name that has been talked about as a possible transfer target for Sarri is that of Wilson, who has been very impressive for Bournemouth this season and even earned himself a call-up to the England National squad earlier this season, and amid speculation surrounding his future, he has now come out and admitted that he has ambitions to play at the very highest level of the game, but will just focus on helping Bournemouth finish as high as possible in the League this season.
“Every player wants to play as high as they can,” the 27-year-old told Sky Sports.
“The Champions League – all the big games – are something all players want to play in, myself included.
“But first foremost I have to focus on the current season at Bournemouth, where I am still under contract.”
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Meanwhile, Giovanni Elber has urged Bayern Munich to snap up Callum Hudson-Odoi as soon as possible.
Despite only playing a handful of Premier League games this season, Hudson-Odoi has been in the headlines on a constant basis with speculation surrounding his future, as it is believed he is not happy with the game time he has been receiving under boss Maurizio Sarri.
And Elber has now come out and told the German Champions to make a move and get the talented winger snapped up as soon as possible.
“We can only know if Hudson-Odoi is suitable for Bayern after his signing,” Elber told Goal.
“However, Bayern need to be cautious when signing new players. The current transfer market is indeed the case, €5m cannot buy the players you want.
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