"We're just taking it game by game but hopefully we can achieve it".
Borussia Dortmund and England winger Jadon Sancho has given advice to Callum Hudson-Odoi over a potential move from Chelsea to Bayern Munich. They've allowed youth to leave for a lot of money and then brought in established stars and it hasn't caused a rift at any other point in the last 15 or so years. "I'm very happy with the player and I'd like to have him in the future".
"He is one of the best (young players) in Europe", Robben told beIN Sports. "I think it's impossible to lose him in January".
"At the moment Morata is here, so I think he has to think only to play".
If there are two things that sum up Abramovich's time at Chelsea, it's impatience and silverware.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek (back) is out and Morata (hamstring) is doubtful when the Blues face Newcastle, with Sarri hinting Hudson-Odoi and Andreas Christensen would drop to the substitutes' bench.
"For young players, it's always the same".
"I have told him the Bundesliga is a nice league".
'Bayern Munich? We are Chelsea, another great team and the Premier League is the most competitive league in the world. First, you have to take the big step to achieve it.
And Hudson-Odoi appears to have been caught in limbo between the dying days of the Antonio Conte regime and the opening months of Sarri's reign, where establishing himself at new manager at the club and installing fresh tactics were the priority.
At some point surely he will move away permanently, perhaps to Wolves if that comes off, and I would imagine he'll have to take a pay cut.
"I think it's not professional, because they are talking about a player under contract with Chelsea. You are better off getting your chance and if you get that chance then you have to take it", he said.
Hudson-Odoi will see his current deal with Chelsea expire at the end of next season, leading to suggestions that the Blues could sell with Bayern offering £35m. "So they did not respect our club".