Chelsea striker considers summer exit, Turkish giants push ahead with move
Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi has been closely linked with a summer exit.
The Belgium international is reported to have grown frustrated with his role under Antonio Conte according to Fanatik.
The 23-year-old made just eight starts for the Blues last season scoring a total of nine first team goals.
The Turkish outlet claim that Fenerbahce have narrowed down their transfer efforts to four players.
Per the source, the Fenerbahce striker shortlist is currently includes Arsenal forward Lucas Perez, Krasnador star Fedor Smolov, Manchester City outcast Wilfried Bony and Batshuayi.
The Yellow Canaries want one of the four strikers on a loan move.
Fenerbahce are keen on a temporary move as they are facing pressure from Financial Fair Play (FFP) to stay within budget.
The report claims that Batshuayi is the most attractive among the four names listed above for a loan move.
Chelsea send several players on loan across Europe as part of their transfer policy.
Fenerbahce would be able to offer first team and European competition football – Europa League – next season.