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Can this forgotten Blues striker still make a name for himself at Chelsea?

Can this forgotten Blues striker still make a name for himself at Chelsea?

When Michy Batshuayi first opted to join Antonio Conte’s Blues down at Stamford Bridge this summer, big things were expected of the former Marseille front-man who recently hit the ground running with Belgium at Euro 2016.

 

The ex-Ligue 1 front-man looked ready and raring to go within the Premier League this term, but as the likes of Diego Costa and co. have nonetheless proven somewhat un-droppable among Conte’s first team plans of late, it remains to be seen whether or not this latest summer import really has what it takes to cut it among the upper echelons of the English top-flight. He was on loan at Crystal Palace last season and will be looking to guide Belgium through Euro 2020 qualifying.

 

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Many believe that Michy Batshuayi is somewhat wasted at Stamford Bridge…

 

 

…and as the 2016/17 campaign has largely passed the Belgian international by so far at Chelsea…

 

 

…you couldn’t blame the striker for questioning his initial decision to sign for the Blues in the first place…

 

 

Although some have seemingly cast the former Marseille man aside in the wake of his recent failure to set the Premier League alight…

 

 

…some Premier League onlookers nonetheless feel bad for Michy Batshuayi given the context of his current situation…

 

 

There are fans among the English top-flight who wouldn’t mind seeing the striker arrive at their own club in the not too distant future however…

 

 

…and as some Chelsea supporters would apparently be non-fussed by his potential early exit this January…

 

 

…maybe the powerful Belgian front-man could be on his way out after all…

 

 

So whilst the former Ligue 1 star has admittedly been a little unlucky so far with Chelsea this season…

 

 

…his recent move to Stamford Bridge certainly hasn’t turned out as planned thus far!

 

 

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