In a matter of days, Chelsea will reportedly confirm that on loan midfielder Marco van Ginkel has joined AC Milan on a permanent basis. Few days ago the player’s agent was quoted as saying his client will like to continue playing his football for Chelsea but will critically consider moving away from the club if he is not wanted.
“We don’t know yet – his future is unclear at the moment,” Jansen told the Guardian. “He is now playing regularly for Milan but we still have to discuss next season with Chelsea. I think it will be decided next month or by the start of the transfer window. But there is no pressure.
“The goal for Marco is to return to Chelsea so we will see what happens. It is all dependable on what they want to do.”
This evening however, Gazzetta Dello sport are reporting that Chelsea and the Italians have reached an agreement that will see Marco van Ginkel make his move permanent. Marco van Ginkel who joined AC Milan last summer in a season long loan deal had initially struggled with injuries but he has been a key player for Milan in the last few weeks. He has so far a total of 12 appearances for the Italians and has created three assists for his team mates.