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Chelsea refused to loan the Belgian striker to Tottenham

Last Updated: 01/31/1919

Chelsea refused to deal with Tottenham in connection with potential loan agreement for Michi Batshuayi, Sky Sports News understands

Chelsea refused to deal with Tottenham in connection with potential loan agreement for Michi Batshuayi, Sky Sports News understands

Michi Batshuayi agreed terms with Crystal Palace before a potential loan move from Chelsea, according to Sky's sources.

The deal looked as if it had descended to the Deadline wire and came after Chelsea refused to deal with Tottenham due to a potential loan deal for the striker of Belgium.

Batshuayi's representatives have come to the conclusion that they have offered to the Spurs player after the collapse of the potential suspension of Monaco earlier in the window – and the player is ready to join the team of Mauricio Pocetino.

However, the club in West London does not want to lend Belgian a direct rival for the top position, and there is also bad blood among clubs in connection with transfers.

Batshuayi spent the first half of this season on a loan in Valencia

Batshuayi spent the first half of this season on a loan in Valencia

In 2005, Frank Arnesen left his role as a sports director at White Hart Lane to move to Stamford Bridge, and then in 2013 Spurs was close to signing William, only Chelsea to usurp the deal in the last minute.

Chelsea is looking for a new loan club for Batsui, because his season in Valencia has failed.

West Ham and Real Betis agreed to the conditions for a new loan agreement from Batsui until summer with Chelsea, but the payer's fee was considered a stumbling block.

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