"He is improving a lot I think in the defensive phase. I think that he is able to do it".
"He is one of the best (young players) in Europe", Robben told beIN Sports.
"Every young player in England wants to do well and just wants to help their families, be someone that their family can be remembered for".
"I think that in this moment it's a very good solution because we are not less unsafe in the offensive phase and in the defensive phase we are more balanced", Sarri said.
Do you think clubs should punished for tapping up players?
"If you ask me something else then I don't know what to answer because I am not in charge of the market". It has been left short in only one position at the moment because I think that Hudson-Odoi is improving.
Sarri has handed Hudson-Odoi a place in his starting line-up for Chelsea's past two matches - Tuesday's League Cup semi-final loss to Tottenham Hotspur and the 2-0 FA Cup win over Nottingham Forest last weekend in which the teenager set up both of Alvaro Morata's goals.
"Of course, if Morata will go to another club we need a replacement, it's normal", Sarri said.
"He's very good and talented, fast, good dribbling skills". Let's see what happens.
But, having helped England win the Under-17 World Cup, Hudson-Odoi could follow the same path taken by his global teammate Jadon Sancho, who has impressed for Borussia Dortmund since leaving Manchester City for Germany.
"The most important thing is to take it game by game".
"I remember very well at the beginning of the second half, we had the same situation with Willian".
"The Chelsea academy graduate is now just 4/5 to join the German champions during this transfer window, with a stay at Stamford Bridge priced at even-money".