It’s been a long season for Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi, but the frontman is now looking forward to his summer holidays.
The 23-year-old attacker has had to spend much of the campaign watching from the sidelines as the Blues won the Premier League, though he has scored a handful of important goals since making a €40 million move from Marseille last summer.
Indeed, it was Batshuayi whose strike sealed the title for Antonio Conte’s side, while he also scored two in the final-day demolition of Sunderland.
His last match of the season, though, was on international duty with Belgium as they defeated Estonia 2-0 away from home. He played only nine minutes of that encounter on Friday, but is now looking forward to side time away from the game – at least the real stuff.
2016/2017 .. END
Now time for holidays and fun we keep in touch ! (& remember I still have to kick some asses on FIFA ) — Michy Batshuayi (@mbatshuayi) June 9, 2017
“2016/2017 .. END. Now time for holidays and fun. we keep in touch ! (& remember I still have to kick some asses on FIFA)” he tweeted.
Chelsea’s next confirmed fixture is on July 22, when they tackle Arsenal in Beijing.