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PSV Eindhoven keeping tabs on Chelsea midfielder

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Chelsea midfielder Marco van Ginkel has been in recovery from his latest injury since summer, and thus he has been unable to leave the club on a new loan foray or even in a permanent transfer, as it seemed to be one of his options earlier this year. The young Dutchman is set to return to the pitch next month, and his former loan club PSV Eindhoven are keeping an eye on the possibility of bringing him back to his mother land.

"Interestingly, [Marco] Van Ginkel is also back on the loan market in January. He completes his rehabilitation in November, after his knee problems are over. PSV are keeping a close watch on Van Ginkel's situation"

-Toon Gerbrands, PSV's general manager; Source: De Telegraaf via Inside Futbol

Van Ginkel's return to PSV would make total sense, given how he helped the team in winning the Eredivisie last season, plus the potential lack of first team chances he would get at Chelsea if he were to stay at the club after his recovery. Let's make it happen!