Michy Batshuayi has insisted he cannot spend another season on the bench at Chelsea – but is happy to leave his future in the hands of the Premier League champions.
Monaco and West Ham United have been linked with a move for the striker, who joined last summer in a £33m deal from Marseille.
Despite being unhappy wth his lack of game time, the Belgian international – who scored at West Brom to clinch the title – says he will hold “amicable” talks with Chelsea.
He said: “Everyone knows that I have to play more, that I have to score goals. There’s a World Cup coming up next year. I want to be ready for the World Cup.
“I’m going to listen to what they (Chelsea) are saying and afterwards I’ll discuss it with my agent and the club. Amicably, as friends of course.
“A loan? That’s not up to me. That’s up to them (Chelsea). They take the decisions, not me.”
Despite his lack of starts, Batshuayi says he has developed as a player during his time with the Premier League champions.
He said: “When you’re surrounded by top class players, like Cesc Fabregas, Eden Hazard, all of them, you only can make progress in a situation like that.
“I haven’t played a lot, you know, but I managed to score one of the most important goals. It gave me a boost.
“Of course I wanted to play more. And of course I wanted to score more goals. That’s normal. All players want that. But we have become champions. It’s a wonderful experience.”