Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi has admitted that he could leave the club this summer amid reported interest from Newcastle.
The 23-year-old found his game time limited under Antonio Conte this season, having signed from Marseille for £33m last summer, starting just one Premier League game.
And Batshuayi, despite having scored the title clinching goal at West Brom, could be set for an exit in the upcoming transfer window.
Speaking to RMC – via Chronicle Live – he said: “I’m not the master of my destiny. Chelsea bought me, they can do what they want with me.
“I’m going to finish with the national team and then I expect I’ll have a few phone calls. I’ll see with my agent and the club. I want to play, score as many goals as possible and be at the World Cup.”
The Belgium international scored 26 goals in 62 games for Marseille, and has admitted that a return to his former clubs is not off the cards.
“The new project is not bad,” he said. “Of course, I played at Marseille and I am now a supporter of OM. But it is the club that decides not me.”
Batshuayi made 28 appearances in all competitions – the majority as a substitute – and scored nine goals, including four in his last three games of the season.