Report claims Rangers are targeting Chelsea's £33m striker Michy Batshuayi

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Belgium striker Michy Batshuayi won't accept another season as a bit-part player at Chelsea but insists he will leave decisions over his future up to the club.

Chelsea are refusing to grant Michy Batshuayi's his wish to leave the club this summer, according to the Mirror.

However, according to Don Balon, Sevilla could have moved to the front of the queue for the Belgian worldwide due to being able to offer Champions League football.

"I have lived hard moments, but it's in times like those that you learn the most", Batshuayi added. "Of course, I played at Marseille and I am now a supporter of OM". But we have become champions. "It's a wonderful experience".

The 23-year-old proved his worth when he was eventually given his chance, netting three goals in his final two games.

West Ham United and former club Olympique de Marseille are both ready to make a move to secure the services of the Belgium worldwide who scored more than 85 goals in his career.

And that has increased the likelihood he could be set to join another club during the close season with London rivals West Ham showing a strong interest.

Hazard sustained a fractured ankle during a training session with Belgium, ruling him out of Monday's friendly against Czech Republic and the World Cup qualifier with Estonia on Friday.

Premier League champions Chelsea face some big decisions over strikers, with Diego Costa's future uncertain and Everton's Romelu Lukaku reportedly keen on a return to Stamford Bridge. Everyone knows that I have to play more, that I have to score goals.

With possibly both Diego Costa and Batshuayi leaving the club, there is no doubt Chelsea will step up their pursuit of Lukaku.

It would certainly be one of the most surprising transfers if Rangers were indeed interested in Batshuayi and actually managed to add him to the number of new signings they have already made during this window.

"I'm still young. I've learned a lot from him".

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