Chelsea will reportedly rebuff any attempts from other clubs to prise Callum Hudson-Odoi away from Stamford Bridge in January.
The English youngster has been on the fringes at Stamford Bridge for the majority of the season, but Hudson-Odoi may be able to look forward to an extended run in the first team following Hakim Ziyech's injury.
The 20-year-old was tipped to complete a sensational switch to Bayern Munich in the summer, but a move did not materialise and Hudson-Odoi remained in the English capital, where he has started just one Premier League game this term.
According to The Athletic, Chelsea are aware of interest in Hudson-Odoi, but the Blues are not prepared to let a player with his potential head for the exit door.
The report claims that the Blues are worried about being short of wingers if they allow Hudson-Odoi to depart, with Ziyech potentially set for a spell on the sidelines and Christian Pulisic having his fair share of injury problems this season as well.
Hudson-Odoi is contracted to Chelsea until 2024, but the winger is said to be desperate for more first-team football as he looks to stake his claim for a spot in England's Euros squad.