Chelsea are one of the top European sides expected to do a squad overhaul.The Blues' departure list continues this summer transfer windo, with the likes of forgotten stars Danilo Pantic and Marco Van Ginkel let go by the club after their contracts came to an end this summer.
Danilo Pantic recently signed for Partizan permanently and is only waiting for his contract to expire at the end of June.Now Marco Van Ginkel has signed for his former loan club PSV on a free transfer and has signed a two year contract until the summer of 2023.
PSV confirmed it on their official website and also tweeted the following message;
He signed for Chelsea back in 2013 and made only made 2 appearances for the Blues before he got a long term injury which kept them out for a season long and he never played for the Blues again, going on to spend his entire Chelsea spell out on loan to various clubs.
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