Chelsea star Michy Batshuayi has plush BMW spray-painted in striking RAINBOW colours as he arrives for Belgium training

CHELSEA misfit Michy Batshuayi has given his most eye-catching display of the season by having his car painted in rainbow colours.

Belgium striker Batshuayi has seldom figured for the Blues since his £33million move from Marseille in 2016.

The 28-year-old has been sent out on loan to Borussia Dortmund, Valencia and Crystal Palace, and has spent the last year in Turkey with Besiktas.

He has scored 25 goals in 77 club appearances and is under contract at Chelsea for another year.

The 41-cap international made a big impression when reporting for Belgium national duty on Monday.

Batshuayi rolled up at the Red Devils' Tubize training HQ in a BMW decorated in camouflage style.

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However the paint job does anything but blend into the background – sporting a mix of pink, yellow, purple, orange and red.

Brussels-born Batshuayi topped off the look by wearing a blue floral shirt and knitted bucket hat.

Meanwhile national team-mates Romelu Lukaku and Kevin de Bruyne arrived in similarly upmarket motors – but painted in sober greys and blacks.

Manchester City star De Bruyne is not looking forward to Belgium's upcoming fixtures against Poland, Wales and the Netherlands and was rather disparaging about the Nations League.

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He said: "For me, the Nations League is unimportant. We have to play those matches, but it's a kind of practice campaign.

"Everyone has had a very tough season. As soon as we are on the field, we do what we have to do. Then I want to win. Other than that, I don't have much to say about it.

“We have nothing to say about it. As players, we can talk about vacation or rest, but we have no say.

"We follow what we need to do and that's it. We have a little more than three weeks of vacation every twelve months.

"The outsiders don't understand how a player feels after a season. It doesn't have to be, in the end it won't change anyway. Nor is there any point in saying anything about it. Nothing will change anyway."

Lukaku may also not be focused on the upcoming games with reports he could be set to leave Chelsea, possibly on loan.

The striker could make a return to Inter for the next year with the Blues continuing to pay some of his wages.

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