Callum Hudson-Odoi is a British professional footballer who plays as a winger for Premier League club Chelsea and the England national team. Callum Hudson-Odoi made his professional debut for the club in 2017.
How old is Callum Hudson-Odoi?
Callum Hudson-Odoi was born on November 7, 2000, in Wandsworth, England. His zodiac sign is Scorpio and he is 19 years old. Callum James Hudson-Odoi is his birth name. He is of British nationality. He has an older brother named Bradley Hudson-Odoi. Furthermore, his father’s name is Bismark Odoi, and his mother’s name is Jennifer.
Hudson-Odoi attended Whitgift School in Croydon. He enrolled at Chelsea Academy in 2007. In August of 2016, he made his U18 debut. Callum led the club to the FA Youth Cup victory. Following the campaign, Chelsea promoted him to the U23 team. He was 16 at the time.
Girlfriend of Callum Hudson-Odoi
Callum has not disclosed any information about his dating history. He may have previously dated someone, but he has not revealed any details. However, he is currently single and does not appear to be dating anyone. Similarly, Hudson-Odoi has not been involved in any rumors or controversies that would jeopardize his career. He is entirely focused on his professional football career.
How much does Callum Hudson-Odoi earn money?
When it comes to his social media presence, he is active on a few platforms. Callum is on Twitter, where he has over 277K followers under the handle ‘@Calteck10′. He has over 1.1 million Instagram followers.
Callum’s career pays well. He earns money from his professional football career. His earnings are derived from salary, contracts, bonuses, and endorsements. Chelsea is set to sign a lucrative contract with him ahead of the 2020 season. Similarly, the Chelsea winger’s net worth is £1 million. He has agreed to a salary worth £120,000 per week. However, his current net worth is 800.000 Euro.
How tall is Callum Hudson-Odoi?
Hudson-Odoi is a gifted athlete with a fantastic personality. Similarly, he is 6 feet tall and weighs around 76Kgs. He has a physically fit body. He also has black hair and dark brown eyes. His other body measurements are not disclosed.
Career line of Callum Hudson-Odoi
- Hudson was called up to Chelsea’s first team for the EFL Cup in December 2017. However, he remained an unutilized substitute. In January 2018, he made his first-team debut in the FA Cup against Newcastle United.
- He came on as a substitute in the 81st minute. Callum made his Premier League debut against AFC Bournemouth in the same month.
- Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri announced that Hudson-Odoi will remain in the club’s first-team squad for the 2018-19 season. In November 2018, he scored his first professional goal against Chelsea.
- The German club ‘Bayern Munich’ reportedly tried to sign Hudson-Odoi several times. In January 2019, he made an official transfer request. Chelsea manager Sarri, on the other hand, has stated that he will remain at the club.
- Chelsea made a complaint about alleged racism directed at Hudson-Odoi during a match against Dynamo Kyiv in March 2019.
- Hudson-Odoi, who is 18 years and 146 days old, became the club’s youngest player to assist a goal on his debut in the Premier League against Brighton. When he injured his Achilles tendon during a match against Burnley in April 2019, he was ruled out for the rest of the season.
- Frank Lampard, the club’s legendary former player, has been named as the club’s new manager. Hudson-Odoi expressed optimism about signing a new contract with the club.
- On January 11, 2020, he scored his first Premier League goal in Chelsea’s 3–0 home win over Burnley.
- Hudson-Odoi has played for a number of England national youth teams. He was the captain of England’s U17 team in the UEFA European U17 Championship final. He was named to the tournament’s team. Callum led England’s U17 team to victory in the 2017 FIFA U17 World Cup, defeating Spain in the final.
- Callum made his senior international debut against the Czech Republic on March 22, 2019. He came on as a 20th-minute substitute. He became England’s youngest player to make his competitive debut. Hudson-Odoi beat Duncan Edwards’ 1955 record by 40 days.
- In the same month, Callum made his senior debut for England against Montenegro. He became the second-youngest player in England history, after Wayne Rooney, to start a competitive match.