Chelsea’s midfielder Marco Van Ginkel may soon leave Stamford Bridge on a permanent basis. The Dutchman who spent last season on loan in the Netherlands is said to be a subject of transfer interest from his former loan club, PSV.
The Dutch giants were clearly impressed by Van Ginkel’s application during his short stint at the Club, and they want to bring him back on a permanent basis. The 24-year-old had optimistically told reporters that he was one of the few Chelsea Prospects who had a genuine chance of breaking into the first team. However, Antonio Conte does not seem to agree with that assessment.
According to online reports, Van Ginkel is surplus to requirement at Stamford Bridge, and although he is expected to resume preseason training next week, the Blues expect him to leave again at least on another loan deal.
Per the source, PSV has officially made their intention known to the Blues, but both teams have still not reached a conclusion on the fee for him.
Van Ginkel joined Chelsea with so much promise but has been unable to impress any of the Chelsea managers he has played for and has spent more time on loan than in London.