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Marco van Ginkel will miss at least eight months of the current season after undergoing “a procedure relating to the revision reconstruction of his anterior cruciate ligament and treatment of chondral damage in his knee”, Chelsea‘s official website confirmed.

The Dutch midfielder, who spent last three campaigns on loan with AC Milan, Stoke City and PSV Eindhoven, enjoyed a successful spell at the Eredivisie giants. Van Ginkel led the Boeren back to the title, which is the 24th in their history.


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PSV Eindhoven sporting director Marcel Brands has insisted that the club will keep trying to sign Chelsea loanee Marco van Ginkel on a permanent deal next summer.

The Dutch midfielder joined Chelsea from Vitesse in 2013 and has only made four senior appearances for his parent club to date and has spent most of time on loan spells at different clubs ( AC Milan, Stoke City and PSV)  besides recovering from a serious knee injury.

The PSV deal-maker was quoted as saying by the Algemeen Dagblad:

“Even if we have a one per cent change, we’ll keep trying.

“Marco is of enormous importance to us, just like a number of other players.”

Van Ginkel is believed to be in favour of staying to PSV next season, but knows his future lies in Chelsea’s hands.

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Dutch midfielder Marco van Ginkel is enjoying his second spell at PSV Eindhoven as he helped the team in winning their 24th title.

The 25-year-old,  who joined the Eredivisie giants on loan from Chelsea last summer, was the captain in the 3-0 win over second-placed team Ajax which secured a comforting 10-point advantage at the top of the table with only three games left to go.

Van Ginkel scored 14 goals in 27 Eredivisie appearances providing 4 assists so far.


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Dutch giants PSV Eindhoven have confirmed the agreement with Chelsea midfielder Marko van Ginkel.

The 24-year-old is set to leave Stamford Bridge on a season-long loan after an unfruitful spell with AC Milan last season.

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Marco van Ginkel is in talks with PSV Eindhoven to turn his deal from a loan to a permanent move.

The Dutch midfielder had an unlucky spell at Chelsea: he moved in summer 2013 from Vitesse Arnhem, but broke his knee ligaments after only two months.

After recovering he went on loan to AC Milan, Stoke City and PSV ( twice) and now he’s set to stay at the Dutch side.

Van Ginkel made just four appearances at Chelsea and now he believes is time to permanently join another club.

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After Marco Van Ginkel spent last season on loan at Psv Eindhoven, now the Dutch team want to sign Chelsea midfielder on a permanent basis and they have opened talks with the London club.

Van Ginkel made just four appearances for Chelsea since 2013 but he still has a two-year contract with the Blues.

Roman Abramovich‘s club values Van Ginkel £10m, but PSV hope they can buy him at a lower price.

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PSV Eindhoven confirmed the return of Marco van Ginkel on loan from Chelsea.

This is the official statement the Dutch club just posted on their website:

Marco van Ginkel will spend the remainder of the 2016/17 campaign on loan from Chelsea with Eredivisie champions PSV. The midfielder will sign his contract on 2 January before joining Phillip Cocu’s squad for training.

Fully fit 
After a successful first loan spell in Eindhoven, PSV were hopeful of bringing the player back on another loan deal, but Van Ginkel revealed a persistent knee injury had dashed his hopes of returning to PSV. He remained at Chelsea to correct the problem with his knee that he had been nursing for several months. Meanwhile he has had some matches with Chelsea’s U23 side under his belt. “I am happy to have taken this road”, said Van Ginkel. “I needed rest and physiotherapy but I feel I am ready now to play football at the highest level again and I am grateful for PSV to have offered me this opportunity. I had a really good time in Eindhoven last season and winning the Dutch championship was amazing. I am fully fit again and hope to have more of the same in 2017.”

Adds experience to the squad
PSV’s director of football Marcel Brands thinks that Marco van Ginkel is a player who adds a wealth of experience to the squad. “We kept in touch with him the past few months because we looked for January reinforcements. We are happy Marco has returned to the Philips Stadion and are delighted to have bolstered the squad with his signing.”

Strong character
PSV head Phillip Cocu is also satisfied with the return of Marco van Ginkel and hailed his strong character. “He is a truly great box-to-box midfielder with stamina, tactical astuteness and defensive as well as attacking diligence. Moreover he is a clinical finisher. He showed his skills last season. I like his style of playing and I am happy he is back.” Last season, Van Ginkel scored eight goals in 13 league appearances as PSV won the Dutch title for a 23rd time.

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Chelsea midfielder Marco Van Ginkel has revealed that he is still unsure over the possibility to come back to Eredivisie for another loan spell after spending six months on loan at PSV Eindhoven last season.

He told VI: “Whether that’s on the agenda, I don’t know.

Then he added: “PSV have quite a lot of midfielders at the moment and at the moment I am not thinking about the winter window. I first want to be completely fit again”.

“Of course I would be lying that I have forgotten about it; it was a great half-a-season for me and PSV.”

Van Ginkel scored 8 goals in 16 appearances with the Dutch side.

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Bruma moved from Chelsea to PSV in 2013

Former Chelsea defender Jeffrey Bruma has put the pen to paper on a five-year deal with Wolfsburg, according to De Telegraaf.

The Dutchman is set to join the Bundesliga giants for around £12m and Chelsea are reportedly going to receive 30% of the transfer fee as a part of a sell-on clause when he left the Blues to join PSV Eindhoven.

The 24-year-old had been heavily linked also with a move to Stamford Bridge but he has decided to become a Wolfsburg player. Sporting director Klaus Allofs told the club website: “We are convinced he can quickly become an important cornerstone for our squad.”

Then Bruma said: “Since my time at Hamburg it was clear to me that I wanted to play in the Bundesliga again, because it is one of Europe’s top leagues.”

“I am pleased that in Wolfsburg I get the opportunity to do so in the future. In the three years at PSV, I have gained a lot of experience and I continued to perform well.”


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