Premier league news Marco van Ginkel thinks his Chelsea spell will come to an end this summer Last spor news

MetiNews.Com - Marina Granovskaia and Chelsea have a number of key transfer decisions to make ahead of the summer, and it appears one has already been made

Premier league news Marco van Ginkel thinks his Chelsea spell will come to an end this summer Last spor news

MetiNews.Com - Marina Granovskaia and Chelsea have a number of key transfer decisions to make ahead of the summer, and it appears one has already been made

Premier league news  Marco van Ginkel thinks his Chelsea spell will come to an end this summer Last spor news
17 May 2021 - 07:27

Breaking News ! Marco van Ginkel's time at Chelsea looks to be finally coming to an end this summer. The Dutchman has been with the Blues since 2013 when he made the move from Vitesse, but he has only ever managed two Premier League appearances at senior level. The now 28-year-old has been out on loan for much of his time, spending five spells out on loan, including one at AC Milan, another at Stoke City and three at PSV. He remains at PSV heading into the final months of his contract at Chelsea, and still with no apparent future at Stamford Bridge, he is hoping his current club make a permanent offer. Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now But one thing van Ginkel is almost sure of is that his long spell as a Chelsea loan exile looks destined to come to an end with Marina Granovskaia appearing to have already made her decision. “I haven’t heard anything, so I think I’ll be transfer-free," he told ESPN Netherlands. "I haven’t heard from PSV yet, but it could be. I’ve always had a good time at PSV and was always appreciated here.” Van Ginkel has struggled with a knee injury this season, missing much of the first half of the season with the setback and only making nine Eredivisie appearances this term. Eight of those games have been substitute appearances, but van Ginkel did start PSV's final three games, scoring in the latest, giving him the chance to help his case when it comes to securing a permanent deal. Sign up to our Chelsea newsletter for all the latest news Do you want all the latest news from around Chelsea Football Club straight to your email inbox? Of course you do.

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Premier league news Marco van Ginkel thinks his Chelsea spell will come to an end this summer Last spor news


Premier league news Marco van Ginkel thinks his Chelsea spell will come to an end this summer Last spor news


Premier league news Marco van Ginkel thinks his Chelsea spell will come to an end this summer Last spor news


Premier league news Marco van Ginkel thinks his Chelsea spell will come to an end this summer Last spor news

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