VALENCIA and Chelsea have come to terms with the cancelling of Michy Batshuayi loan deal which was supposed to run until the end of the season.
The Belgian striker was taken on-loan from Stamford Bridge in the summer after the World Cup with Valencia trying to aim as high as possible in the league.
This season so far the Spanish side have been struggling in the league, and we reported this week about the precarious position their manager now finds himself in.
With that in mind, Valencia is looking to overhaul some of their squad in January with Mich being one of the significant casualties of the shake-up.
The player who is currently valued at €30million by TransferMarkt.com is said to be weighing up his options in general and Chelsea may choose to cash in on the player permanently this month.
Michy has only scored three goals in 23 appearances for the Spanish club but there’s no doubt he would have been a danger to Celtic had Valencia even been able to call upon the striker from the bench during their doubleheader in February.