Date: 10th January 2019 at 7:00am
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With speculation increasing, by the day, as to whom is set to be signed to end Chelsea’s search for a striker, it appears that one who cemented his place in our history, at the Hawthorns one Friday night, is set for a return to London.

Michy Batshuayi, 25-years-of-age, was despatched to Valencia, back in the summer, on a season-long loan deal.

However, our associates at the Daily Mail, are reporting that the Spanish club could be on verge of cutting short that loan spell.

If so, our referenced source goes on to infer that Batshuayi will return to London, however, it doesn’t appear that he’ll be hanging around at Stamford Bridge for very long.

Apparently, both West Ham United and Crystal Palace are eager to take the striker on loan.

Remind me again, how much did Chelsea pay for yet another striker who appears to have no long-term future at Stamford Bridge?

Can anyone see a common thread when it comes to deals involving strikers?

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