Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi , who spent half of last season at Borussia Dortmund is presently thinking about the upcoming world cup and not his future at Stamford Bridge.
The Belgian international was on fire for the Westfalenstadion outfits last season, scoring nine goals in 14 matches.
The Bundesliga giants are reportedly hoping to get the player on a permanent deal but the Blues are yet to make any decision on his future.
When asked about his plans for next season by The Evening Standard, the 24-year-old revealed that his mission is to help Belgium progress out of their World Cup group and that has prevented him from thinking about his future.
“…..My focus is on the World Cup right now and I don’t want to think about what happens afterwards.” he revealed.
Should Maurizio Sarri become the next Chelsea boss, he must try as much as possible to avoid losing the Belgian to other club ahead of next season.
Considering his exploits for the Bundesliga club, Batshuayi possess the qualities that would help the Napoli manager succeed at Stamford Bridge.
The £35m-rated striker is presently in Belgium camp where they are preparing for the upcoming tournament and they would be hoping to make a statement as one of the best footballing nations in the world.
Belgium are one of the tournament’s dark horses. They consist of best players in the Premier League, who could lead the team to glory in July.
Eden Hazard( Chelsea), Romelu Lukaku (United), Vincent Kompany and De Bruyne ( City), and Benteke (Crystal Palace) are some of the players who are capable of causing havoc to any defence in the World.