But for all of Batshuayi's impressive scoring rates around Europe, he found himself loaned out once more this season to Spanish side Valencia.
Michy Batshuayi's loan from Chelsea to Valencia is to be terminated early, the LaLiga club's sporting director Mateu Alemany has confirmed.
The Belgium global joined the Spanish club on a season-long deal but has scored just three goals in 23 appearances.
Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri must not sell or loan out Batshuayi again this month but instead integrate him into the first team for the rest of the season.
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.
Alemany said via the Telegraph: "Batshuayi's situation is very clear".
"I expect he will leave in the coming hours or days".
'The player knows. For the good of the player and the club, we are looking for a solution.
Reports have suggested that West Ham and Crystal Palace are both interested in a man who cost the Blues £33 million in 2016, and a deal with the former could turn out to be a shrewd move if they are indeed trying to sign Marko Arnautovic.
The Belgium worldwide is set to return from his loan spell at Valencia this month after struggling to make an impact and Everton are keen to bring him in, if they can unload one of either Cenk Tosun or Oumar Niasse in January.
"Especially as a striker, you need that".