Despite enduring a fairly indifferent season with Chelsea, Belgian striker Michy Batshuayi – who was signed from Marseille last summer – has become a cult icon on English soil due to his activity on social media.
On Twitter, the 23-year-old has posted some entertaining material, and has been particularly vocal in voicing his discontent over his rating on FIFA 17 – something which EA Sports are yet to remedy.
Well, Batshuayi was back to his best after lifting the Premier League title with the Blues, responding to a supposed interview that Squawka reported with the striker.
However, following the Chelsea man’s cutting tweet, Squawka replied and appeared to straighten out the whole debacle.
Batshuayi then graciously accepted the apology from Squawka but took a swipe at the source of the quotes which sparked the interaction.
After the two had made up, there was a little bromance blossoming which Squawka will have been pleased to see.
Cheers for the heads up, hope you understand we weren’t claiming to have interviewed you.
Congrats on the title https://t.co/RuVVDpFDQ4
— Squawka News (@SquawkaNews) June 1, 2017
i know guys you Always been good to me (until now ) have a nice day 落
— Michy Batshuayi (@mbatshuayi) June 1, 2017
As for Chelsea, it was a sad end to the season for the west London club but overall, both players and fans can be very happy.
Antonio Conte guided the club back to the summit of the Premier League with Batshuayi securing the title in the 1-0 victory away at West Brom.
Next season, he is likely to be sent out on loan with West Ham reportedly interested in acquiring his services.