Date: 12th April 2017 at 12:45pm
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It appears that the Chelsea career of Marco van Ginkel will be coming to an end at the end of this season.

The 24-year-old Dutch midfielder has seen his Chelsea career interrupted by injuries and the past two seasons have seen him sent out on loan to the Dutch side PSV Eindhoven.

Whilst playing for PSV Eindhoven, van Ginkel has impressed and this season the midfielder has made 11 appearances and scored 7 goals in the Dutch League.

As a consequence PSV Eindhoven are considering whether to make the deal permanent.

However, according to the Evening Standard, PSV Eindhoven could have rivals for Marco`s signature.

Our source is promoting the idea that van Ginkel is also wanted by the Turkish club, Fenerbahce, and the Turkish club, managed by Dick Advocaat, have, according to our source, already started negotiations with Chelsea.

Talking about his potential acquisition, Advocaat is attributed as having remarked,

“He`s a good player. He can be the one who will move the ball from the midfield area to the last third.

‘He`s a good passer and also a great competitor. He has a good mind-set. If the terms are acceptable, signing him would be a no-brainer.”


Since joining Chelsea, back in 2013 for £8 million, injuries and loan spells have restricted Marco to just 4 appearances.

It`ll be interesting to see who wins this particular tug-of-war for the young midfielder and how much of that £8 million outlay Chelsea can recoup.

 
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2 Replies to “Transfer Tug-of-War Looms for van Ginkel”

  • Really feel for the lad who came in as the next big thing. I remember when he was voted as the best player in the Dutch league the season we won CL. Subject hasn’t been lucky with injuries as that was the main thing that kept him out of Chelsea. His comebacks was poorly managed & didn’t help him either. The end for him in Chelsea shirt has been nigh for a while now following failed loans to different clubs not because of performance rather injuries. Hoping that CFC recoup most if not all the £8m pounds spent, already I guess the club has made some money sending him out on loan in the first place. Here wishing him the best of luck & career resurrected where ever he finds himself. KTBFFH!! !

  • Off topic guys the king has spoken on Skysports news today! For those of us anti Lukaku, due to one reason or another, in doubt he can make it here?……. Give it a rest as Drogba confirmed that the Kraken is set for a return ahead of next season. That if there is anything subject wants now is to prove to everyone he can live his dream & make it in a Chelsea shirt having already knew the house. Over there to Sky for the full interview pls. KTBFFH!!!

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