- Sevilla are interested in signing Michy Batshuayi on loan till the end of the season
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Morata has been the main man for the Blues since joining the club from Real Madrid in the summer. Despite the departure of Diego Costa, Batshuayi’s chances of making an impression on manager Antonio Conte remain limited.
As per Goal, Conte wants to sign a striker this month before Batshauyi can be loaned out.
This is something Sevilla understands as they may have to look elsewhere if they want to buy a centre-forward swiftly. Most recently, Chelsea were linked with a shocking move for West Ham striker Andy Carroll, in a report from The Sun.
Does Batshuayi have a future at Chelsea?
Even if the 24-year-old does secure a loan move from Stamford Bridge this month, Batshuayi can still be part of the club’s long-term plans.
Victor Moses is the prime example of this after spells at Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham. Moses didn’t have great success out on loan but has been an integral part of Conte’s side since the Italian’s arrival here.
A loan move would do Batshuayi the world of good in his hopes to play more regular football.