It is beginning to look more and more likely that the Chelsea career of Marco van Ginkel is set to come to an end.
The 25-year-old Dutch midfielder has never really established himself at Chelsea and has been out on loan to a variety of clubs with his talents being utilised by AC Milan, Stoke City and PSV Eindhoven.
Now it would seem, according to the news source, Talksport, Chelsea are set to cut their ties with the Dutchman.
One possible destination, suggested by our aforementioned source, is Turkish football with Fenerbahce said to be interested.
If that were to be the case, it would see Marco link up with Philip Cocu, the manager who was in charge at PSV Eindhoven when van Ginkel was there last season.
It appears, according to our source, Cocu has been asked which players he’d like to bring to the club to improve the side and that the name of Marco Van Ginkel, or to give him his proper name, Wulfert Cornelius van Ginkel, was very prominent.
With regards to our views on Marco leaving, we have to say that considering the amount of time he has spent out on loan and his age, it’s a deal that just has to be done. We don’t see a deal generating a significant amount of transfer funds but there comes a time when, for the sake of his own career, a permanent move must be the preferred option.