Morata was not the only Chelsea player to offer Fabregas their best wishes on Saturday.
Bayern are not the only club interested in landing Hudson-Odoi, however, with fellow Bundesliga rivals RB Leipzig also looking at the England youth global, while Serie A Champions Juventus too have also entered the race for his signing.
The 33-year-old could prove a replacement for Timothy Fosu-Mensah, for whom things haven't worked out at Craven Cottage and he has therefore been told he can return to parent club Manchester United.
That wasn't his main problem today though with an open goal miss going viral for the unlucky marksman.
'Why wouldn't he leave?' Kevin Kilbane chipped in.
FA Cup holders Chelsea have made it through to the fourth round of the competition courtesy of a 2-0 win over Championship promotion chasers Nottingham Forest.
Cesc Fabregas bid an emotional farewell ahead of an expected transfer to Monaco, but it was Hudson-Odoi, one of England's Under 17 World Cup winners, who caught the eye as he created both goals for Alvaro Morata. "He is a magical player and will only continue to improve".
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The gunners romped to a 4-1 win in their New Year's Day clash with Fulham at the Emirates Stadium. Emery explained. "I need to do my work".
"I have admiration for this guy and I hope he will have a good future".
Morata was guilty of missing a huge chance when heading Zappacosta's delightful cross right at Luke Steele, with plenty of the goal to aim for either side of Forest's back-up keeper.
"We always need young players", said Kovac. 'He did very well, with two assists, and he worked very hard defensively.
Hudson-Odoi sparkled on his third start under Sarri, shifting the ball away from his man and firing a shot on target, moments before Daryl Murphy headed the ball right at Willy Caballero at the other end. I think [it has been emotional] not just for him, for everybody. 'We are looking for young talents who can bring us things. We have many games, every week you have to change the team.
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Fabregas joined Chelsea from Barcelona in 2014 and since then the midfielder has been a key figure in the Blues first XI. Arsene Wenger got me to watch him train.
"He is a top guy on the pitch and off the pitch, a great friend of mine". Thierry Henry can trust him.