Chelsea are set to sanction moves for two forwards who are both set to make an exit this week with the club looking to rise funds for other moves, MySportDab reports.
The Blues are looking to free up space and raise funds with them looking to make some money back after Romelu Lukaku signing.
Ik Ugbo and Batshuayi are both set to make their exit this week after Chelsea are looking to let both players leave club.
Michy Batshuayi will be making a move to Besiktas as medical is already set with the player arriving club in the next hours.
While Ik Ugbo will be joining Genk on a permanent deal after his impressive preseason display which saw him score against Bournemouth.
According to Fabrizio Romano, he confirmed both players are making their permanent exit this week after the club want them to leave.
Chelsea recently completed the move for Romelu Lukaku which they now have to make some sales so they can get back some funds.
The move cost them €115 million after their first bid of €100 and Marcos Alonso was turned down by Inter Milan before a new offer was made.
Tammy Abraham is set to be unveiled by Roma while Batshuayi and IK Ugbo are next to follow up with their exits this week.
Chelsea are still not pushing for Jules Kounde who they already reached agreement for person terms with the player but nothing with the club.
Sevilla earlier said they didn’t receive any offer from Chelsea after reports of talks going on between the two sides which later was put on hold to sign Lukaku.