Chelsea will reject any approaches from clubs to take forward Michy Batshuayi on loan in January, per The Guardian.
Batshuayi made a £33.2m move to Stamford Bridge in the summer but has only made 13 appearances for the club with most of those coming as a substitute.
Fellow Premier League clubs Crystal Palace and West Ham United were linked with the Belgian in the summer with both clubs tabling bids exceeding £30m. Palace and West Ham could be two of the sides interested in bringing in Batshuayi on loan.
There could also be interest from Europe with former club Marseille considering the idea of bringing the 23-year-old back until the end of the season.
Batshuayi scored 33 goals in 78 appearances for Marseille following a successful four-year spell with Belgian side Standard Liege.
The youngster has scored three times for the Blues including a double in their EFL Cup tie with Bristol City in his first start back in late August.
Chelsea already have 37 players out on loan including the likes of Christian Atsu, Andreas Christensen, Nathan Ake, and Juan Cuadrado but Antonio Conte isn’t set on the idea of Batshuayi joining that list.