According to The Sun, West Ham manager David Moyes was in attendance at Stamford Bridge last night to run the rule over Michy Batshuayi.

Chelsea took on Norwich City in the FA Cup Third Round last night and Batshuayi got on the score sheet despite not playing particularly well for most of the game.

The Belgium international was in the right place at the right time to prod in the opener at Stamford Bridge in a game which 9-man Chelsea went on to win on penalties. He of course scored the goal that clinched Chelsea the Premier League title last season.

Chelsea have been strongly linked with West Ham striker Andy Carroll and Moyes is reportedly considering asking for Batshuayi on loan as a makeweight in that deal.

The 24-year-old has struggled for game time at Chelsea but scored the goal to secure them the Premier League title last season.

The former Marseille striker has been a long term target for the Hammers and Moyes is believed to be considering a move for him this month.

Chelsea want Carroll to replace Batshuayi as Alvaro Morata’s deputy and West Ham will need a new striker to replace the nine-cap England international if he departs.

Carroll appears to want this move to go ahead and a swap deal could be on the card, although Sevilla are also keen on Batshuayi.