Belgium global Batshuayi was taken off on a stretcher late on in the 2-0 defeat by Schalke on Sunday, having appeared to roll his ankle.
But his return at Dortmund has been excellent, as he has netted seven goals in 10 Bundesliga appearances, working out at a goal every 120 minutes.
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Dortmund's statement confirming Batshuayi's injury said it was "in the realm of possibility" he could recover in time for the World Cup.
"Batshuayi sustained an ankle injury in the derby at Schalke and will probably be out of action for the remainder of the season", the tweet read. However, he could still recover in time for the FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation. "Get well soon, Michy!"
Belgium still have Romelu Lukaku and Dries Mertenes, two very different but equally excellent strikers to play as the centre forward in Russian Federation this summer, but Batshuayi would have been a shoo-in to be selected by Roberto Martínez before this injury.
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The 24-year-old also said via social media that his season is "probably over", having returned to form in the Bundesliga after departing Stamford Bridge, where he had fallen out of favour. "I hope it's not that bad". Wishing my teammates the best for the final days.
Borussia Dortmund manager Peter Stoger fears Michy Batshuayi could face a "long time" on the sidelines.
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