The La Liga club confirmed Batshuayi's premature exit, opening the door for a deal in the second half of the season.
Alemany's comments suggest Batshuayi will be loaned out to a different club rather than return to Stamford Bridge, even if Chelsea are struggling with striker problems of their own.
Batshuayi has netted just three times in 23 appearances in all competitions for Valencia.More news: Rape coma baby 'nearly died' at Hacienda Healthcare, police confirm
"Batshuayi's situation is very clear". "For the good of the player and the club, we are looking for a solution".
"I expect he will leave in the coming hours or days". We hope that, for his sake, this can be resolved as soon as possible.
Chelsea striker, Michy Batshuayi is set to return to Stamford Bridge this month after Valencia made a decision to cut his loan short.
And it is now being reported by The Mirror that Everton are keen on signing the Belgian, who would cost around £14m.More news: Flu cases increase in Lucas County
Chelsea and Valencia have reportedly been in talks to end the loan stint for the Belgian, but on Tuesday night Marcelino indicated that he is no longer prepared to show patience with the striker.
"Especially as a striker, you need that".
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