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That’s right – Batshuayi has let the whole world in on his, well…his own little world. Seemingly bored of splashing endless amounts of money on flashy cars and, what I can only assume, is a bloody monstrous mansion, the Belgian is putting together every child’s dream. A real-life Toy Story, if you will.
In fairness, Batshuayi isn’t exactly seeing much match time at Chelsea this season, so he has to occupy his time with something.
But you have to wonder; how much restraint does it take to have all of that lot in a cabinet and not get them out? Oh, the difficult decisions of the modern millionaire.
Either way, Michy; you’re doing this life thing right.
Oscar makes our overrated Premier League stars list, but who else joins the Chelsea man?
Oscar – Chelsea
Juan Mata was deemed inferior to the Brazilian under Jose Mourinho. And we are still waiting for the (not so) 'Special One's' decision to look like the correct one.
Consistently bullied in games, woeful goals and assists stats; basically, a passenger since he's arrived in London.
Alexis Sanchez – Arsenal
Individually the Chilean possesses everything you'd want from a forward. However, the selfish aspect of his game hinders Arsenal time and time again.
If Arsene Wenger's side are chasing a game, the former Barcelona man should be the first player subbed off.
David Silva – Manchester City
There's no denying that the Spanish international was once world-class - perhaps the best in his position. However, Paul Scholes' recent claim that Silva - along with teammates Sergio Aguero and Kevin De Bruyne - that they're the only world-class players in the league, is as laughable as it is wrong.
Romelu Lukaku – Everton
Tipped to be the next Didier Drogba at Chelsea. But perhaps the next Mateja Kezman would've been a more appropriate comparison.
The big man is at his level at Goodison Park. And rumours of a move back to Stamford Bridge should nothing be anything more than that; rumours.
Not equipped with the consistency to play for an elite club.
Philippe Coutinho – Liverpool
Wouldn't it be nice if we could only turn up for a month of the year, like the Brazilian, and still earn ringing endorsements from our superiors?