Dutchman opens up and tells Chelsea to make summer transfer decision!
Marco van Ginkel has urged Chelsea to make a decision on his future ahead of the summer window.
Van Ginkel joined in 2013 from Vitesse and was hailed as one of the most brightest talents to come out of the Dutch League in recent years, but he has managed just four first-team appearances in seven years with the west London club.
The 27-year-old spent the entire 2019/20 campaign recovering from an anterior cruciate ligament injury but is now nearing full fitness again, and there is a feeling that he is ready to try and prove himself at Chelsea under Frank Lampard.
Lampard has reignited a number of players at Stamford Bridge this season and given a number of players the chance to prove that they are still valuable to the club, and the squad, and Van Ginkel has his eye on his chance to shine in a Blues shirt.
However, with his contract set to expire in June – Van Ginkel still hasn’t been contacted by the club and he has now opened up and told the club to make a decision on whether or not they want to keep him: “I have no idea what is going to happen. Chelsea should let me know what it plans to do next month. I’ll call them in a few weeks,” he told Voetbal International
“No, seriously: I don’t know. Due to the current crisis, it may just be that a lot is changing in terms of contracts and salaries in football.
“These are uncertain times for many people. We’ll just wait and see. They can also think; we have invested a lot in that boy and now he is finally fit. Let’s keep him.”