Antonio Conte has made a big decision as he has decided to let go of big money striker Michy Batshuayi in the January window.
Conte will not sell the Belgian but instead let him go on loan as the striker looks to make an impact ahead of the World Cup.
Belgium will be one of the teams to look out for as their immensely talented side have a lot of competition for places in their squad. Batshuayi knows that he will need to get regular game time if he harbors any hopes of playing in the World Cup.
Conte was looking to sell the Belgian in the summer window, but could not get a good enough price for him. Fernando Llorente was one of his biggest targets but Spurs beat him to the striker.
Conte will now switch his attention to adding a striker as the defending Premier league champions will want to boost his options before having a final tilt at the title.
Batshuayi had come to Chelsea for 33 million after impressing in France with Marseille. With age on his side, Batshuayi will surely have a lot of suitors as he will be looking to make his place in the Belgian World Cup side.
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