Chelsea star striker Michy Batshuayi will leave Chelsea for Fenerbahce after a proposed move to Nottingham forest failed, MySportDab reports.
According to reports, Batshiayi has been given a lifeline by the Turkish side Fenerbahce after his proposed move to collapsed Nottingham Forest collapsed.
Nottingham Forest already spent a whopping 150m pounds this summer on acquiring new players into the squad.
A move by Batshauyi t the City would have seen Nottingham Forest’s total transfer spending climbing to over £150m.
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Batshuayi’s move to the City Ground was scuttled and torpedoed after just at the stroke of time as necessary documents to facilitate a move did not arrive in time.
Now Fenerbahce has made it known through an official statement that they must agree on a fee for the Belgium international.
The 28-year-old is said to be keen on a move away from Stamford Bridge as he has struggled under Thomas Tuchel.
Batshuayi has managed just 77 appearances for the Blues since 2016 and has scored 26 goals since joining the Blues in 2016.
In his six-year spell with the club, Batshuayi has gone on loan five times, and he has just a year remaining in his contract, which will expire next summer.
Meanwhile, Batshiayi has not been named in Thomas Tuch’s Premer League, making the likelihood of contract termination in the recent future.
With the Turkish transfer window still open, Batshuayi is on a straight road to join the Turkish giants.
The possibility of Batshuayi making it to Tuchel’s starting XI is very low, and with World Cup coming soon, regular times are necessary to be sure of a call-up.