Chelsea midfielder Marco van Ginkel is reportedly set to make a comeback to the west London club at the end of the season after AC Milan reject permanent deal.
The Dutchman joined the Blues in 2013 from Eredivisie club Vitesse, but after two months, the midfielder suffered an injury on his anterior ligament, which ruled him out of action for over six months.
This injury crises saw the 22-year-old lose his place under Mourinho’s first-team squad thus he failed to feature for the club playing XI previous season.
Following the arrival of Cesc Fabregas from Barcelona, it was clear that Van Ginkel was not in the Blues’ plans and subsequently was loaned out to the Italian giants AC Milan for the current season.
However, according to reports from the talkSPORT, the Rossoneri have rejected the chance to secure the midfielder on a permanent basis, who has managed just five appearances in all competitions for Milan this season.