Turkish club Fenerbahce have joined Dutch club PSV in the race to sign Chelsea midfielder Marco Van Ginkel according to Standard Sport.
The 24-year-old midfielder is currently on loan with PSV and he has impressed with the Dutch side since joining on loan in January after scoring seven goals in eleven appearances for PSV.
Chelsea signed Van Ginkel in 2013 for £8 million but a serious injury halted his progress in his first season at Chelsea and the midfielder is yet to play for Chelsea after making four appearances for Chelsea in 2013 before he suffered a serious knee ligament injury in September 2013.
The injury kept Van Ginkel on the sidelines throughout that campaign and he has failed to make an appearance for Chelsea ever since as he has been shipped out on loan since his recovery every season.
The report claims Fenerbahce have decided to make a move for the 24-year-old and want to open talks with Chelsea.
“He’s a good player. He can be the one who will move the ball from the midfield area to the last third,” Fenerbahce coach Dick Advocaat said.
“He’s a good passer and also a great competitor. He has a good mindset.
“If the terms are acceptable, signing him would be a no-brainer.”
Van Ginkel Chelsea’s contract runs until 2019.