Michy Batshuayi told to leave Stamford Bridge and seal a permanent transfer.
The 27-year old Belgian forward has been sent out on loan four times in four seasons and is currently having an underwhelming spell at Crystal Palace.
He has scored only one goal in 16 appearances for The Eagles.
Batshuayi has been given the example of his national teammates Kevin De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku who left the Blues to save their career.
Former Belgian striker Erwin Vandenbergh Batshuayi has not future at Stamford Bridge following the arrival of Timo Werner and the sudden resurgence of the 34-year old Olivier Giroud.
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Erwin Vandenbergh told Voetbalkrant: “In principle that would not be a bad choice for Michy.
“Romelu Lukaku also dared to leave Chelsea for West Bromwich and later Everton. If he hadn’t, he might not have been where he is now.
“We also saw the same with Kevin De Bruyne.
“Batshuayi has been in the Premier League for several seasons now and it doesn’t work. So it wouldn’t be a problem to take a step back.”