Alemany said via the Telegraph: "Batshuayi's situation is very clear".
During his time with the Chelsea first team previously, Batshuayi scored moments of brilliance on his way to fire in 19 goals for the club from 53 appearances in all competitions.
Valencia sporting director Mateu Alemany confirmed Batshuayi would be heading back to Stamford Bridge at a press conference on Thursday and said there is plenty of interest in the Belgian worldwide. Though several clubs are thought to be keen, the Toffees have the financial power to meet our loan fee demands, and of course, Batshuayi's wages.
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'The player knows. For the good of the player and the club, we are looking for a solution.
And Valencia have now confirmed that they have told the striker that he has no future at the club.
"We are expecting an exit in the few hours or days". "I've clearly run out of patience with certain individuals".
"I don't make substitutions to send signals to anyone - I make them based on the performances I see".
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Alemany's comments suggest Batshuayi will be loaned out to a different club rather than return to Stamford Bridge, even if Chelsea are struggling with striker problems of their own.
"The effort and intention I see and I try to be fair".
Belgium striker Batshuayi has scored a single goal in 15 top-flight appearances for Valencia, who are 12th in the table having qualified for the Champions League last term.
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