- Antonio Conte is reportedly unhappy with Batshuayi after Crystal Palace performance
- The Italian will look to replace the Belgian in January
- Batshuayi has been deputizing Injured Morata but has not impressed his manager
Antonio Conte reportedly "ripped into his squad" following Chelsea's 2-1 defeat to Crystal Palace, on Saturday, October 14.
The former Juventus manager is planning to bring in a replacement for Michy Batshuayi in January who could be sent out on loan.
The Blues lost to Crystal Palace in the Premier League at the weekend with the former Marseille man struggling at Selhurst Park.
According to the Telegraph's Matt Law, the Italian was "in a dark mood" after the match and "launched a full-scale inquest into what went wrong," which he believes was his players "taking their foot off the gas."
Batshuayi put in a disappointing display and was replaced in the 57th minute by Pedro.
Media reports claim the 24-year-old was angry with his own performance but that has not stopped Chelsea drawing up a list of January targets to replace him.
Conte is hopeful Morata will return for the Champions League clash with Roma tonight. He also has midfielders N'Golo Kante and Victor Moses out through injury.