Why Batshuayi's Return to Chelsea Could be a Good Thing

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The Belgium worldwide joined the Mestalla outfit on a season-long loan during the summer after he was deemed surplus to requirements at Chelsea.

Michy Batshuayi is set to return to Chelsea after Spanish club Valencia made a decision to terminate his loan spell.

Silva should feed very encouraged by Batshuayi's apparent availability, and at such a reasonable price too.

'We are expecting an exit in the next few hours or days'.

The centre-forward scored the goal that clinched Chelsea the 2016/17 Premier League and deserves a lifeline.

However, it appears unlikely that the 25-year-old will remain with the Blues - despite their own frontline concerns - and according to France Football, Monaco are keen to add Batshuayi to their squad.

'The player knows. For the good of the player and the club, we are looking for a solution.

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"We hope that, for his sake, this can be resolved as soon as possible".

During his time with the Chelsea first team previously, Batshuayi scored moments of brilliance on his way to fire in 19 goals for the club from 53 appearances in all competitions.

The Mirror claim it would take around £14 million to sign the Belgian.

Chelsea and Valencia have reportedly been in talks to end the loan stint for the Belgian, but on Tuesday night Marcelino indicated that he is no longer prepared to show patience with the striker.

Everton are in desperate need of a new striker, with neither one of Cenk Tosun, Oumar Niasse or Dominic Calvert-Lewin convincing this season.

Crystal Palace, Fulham and the player's former club Marseille are all interested, with his agent trying to secure him a permanent deal away from Stamford Bridge.

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