Hudson-Odoi, 18, has been heavily linked with a January move to the Allianz Arena with Bayern reportedly making a number of bids to land the England youth global.
FC reports that the player is looking increasingly likely to join Bayern Munich in the near future.
"Of course, as a young player it's very important to play".
Hudson-Odoi started at Wembley in midweek, but has made just one Premier League appearance all season.
Hudson-Odoi decided he wanted to leave Chelsea in the summer after growing exhausted of failed promises for game time, much like Paul Pogba did at Manchester United during his first spell at the club. "It was just a general question from him to know, because he is still young".
Alonso played the full 90 minutes of Tuesday's 1-0 defeat to Tottenham in the first leg of the EFL Cup semi-final - a game decided by Harry Kane's penalty following VAR controversy. You can see it from both sides. He can develop here but he can develop in Germany as well - and don't forget Bayern Munich are also a big club.
Rudiger believes a move to Bayern would greatly benefit Hudson-Odoi but is adamant he can continue to grow in west London.
"It is something he needs to decide".
Honigstein said: "First of all, the [Jadon] Sancho factor is absolutely relevant here because Bayern were in for him as well but he left, he went to Dortmund, and I think that there is a real fear on Bayern's behalf that if they miss out on the next big thing coming out of England that they would come to regret it". The Argentine is now on loan at AC Milan, but the London club want to sign him this January. I really hope that.
"Maybe we were unlucky because they only had one chance and that was thanks to the linesman, the VAR", Alonso said.
'It is [a compliment] and I don't think anyone would be surprised, ' he said.