Chelsea are going through one of their worst seasons recently after the very disappointing performance and results in all the competitions, where they are fifth in the Premier League and for the Blues Chelsea to get into the top four seems an impossible mission, and the new injuries give Antonio Conte a headache for the issues he’s facing, where Chelsea’s Belgian striker’s new injury will rule him out for months.
Chelsea players aren’t in their top form this season too where several players who shined last season and were the reason Chelsea won the Premier League title, they are having a very average season such as Thibaut Courtois, Eden Hazard, and others who aren’t in the same form as last season.
Chelsea is suffering in the striker option since the beginning of the season and the departure of Diego Costa to Atletico Madrid where Alvaro Morata failed to convince as a striker, especially in the second half of the season where he is missing plenty of chances and always nervous and can’t score.
Chelsea received a very bad news recently after confirming that Chelsea’s Belgian striker, Mitchy Batshuayui, is out until the end of the season after picking up an ankle injury with his current club, Borussia Dortmund, who he is on loan to until the end of the season, which means the young Belgian forward won’t be able to play with a club until next season which makes it harder for Chelsea to evaluate his situation and whether he should be sold or not.
Moreover, the Belgian international may miss the world cup with his national team, where he has a chance of playing with Belgium, but the chances will decrease depending on his injury and how to fit and ready he is to return to the pitch after months of an ankle injury.
Knowing that Batshuayi, 24 years old, shined with his new club Borussia Dortmund in the German Bundesliga where he was able to score almost in every match he plays and was a good replacement for the Gabonian international, Pierre Emerick Aubamyang who signed for Arsenal during the winter transfer windows for a record fee for the North London club.