Full-time injured human and part-time professional footballer, Marko Marin has finally figured out his future. At least that's what Trabzonspor sporting director Süleyman Hurma is claiming, according to reports in Turkey.
"[Marin] will arrive in Trabzon tonight and undergo a medical tomorrow before completing his transfer."
-Süleyman Hurma; source: Turkish Football
Marin, now 26, had been tenuously linked with the team for the past week or so. The previous rumors claimed that it would be a permanent transfer, involving a small, mostly symbolic transfer fee
Marko Marin increasingly linked with Trabzonspor again, a (permanent) fee of €2.5m seems to be being floated around today.— Chelsea Youth (@chelseayouth) August 21, 2015
Marin and his dodgy hamstrings waere signed from Werder Bremen in 2012 for about €8m. He made just 16 appearances in his first season at the club -- winning the Europa League -- before spending the last two years on loan at Sevilla (winning the Europa League again!), Fiorentina, and Anderlecht.
Good luck to him in Turkey!