Everton interested in permanent Michy Batshuayi deal from Chelsea

Everton interested in permanent Michy Batshuayi deal from Chelsea

Javier Howell
January 14, 2019

Michy Batshuayi is set to return to Chelsea after Valencia made a decision to cut short the striker's loan.

They would have to pursue a permanent deal for Batshuayi, who is said to be valued at around £14m by Chelsea, as league rules would prevent them from loaning a second player from the same club, with defender Kurt Zouma having already made the switch last summer.

Monaco coach Thierry Henry has admitted that Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi is an interesting option amidst rumours surrounding his availability on loan this month.

Speaking at a press conference on Thursday, January 10, Valencia's sporting director Mateu Alemany confirmed the Belgian forward will be returning to west London this January.

'The player knows. For the good of the player and the club, we are looking for a solution. "I expect he will leave in the coming hours or days", Alemany was quoted as saying by BBC. "He is leaving and it's now a matter of negotiation".

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"The decision on Batshuayi has been made, there is no turning back".

And Valencia have now confirmed that they have told the striker that he has no future at the club.

Bournemouth's Callum Wilson and AC Milan's Gonzalo Higuain have been linked with moves to Stamford Bridge, but former Chelsea man Steve Sidwell said recently that Arnautovic would represent far better value for money.

The French club are on the verge of signing Cesc Fabregas from Chelsea with a three and a half year deal agreed with the player and the transfer agreed with the selling club.

And the Blues' stance on Callum Hudson-Odoi is unchanged, with Sarri, Gianfranco Zola and others all speaking publicly of late to express hope that the 18-year-old signs a new contract amid interest from Bayern Munich.