Dutch midfielder Marco van Ginkel is likely to be sold when the transfer window reopens next month.
The 24-year-old has made three appearances for Chelsea’s Under-23 team since returning to full training after a serious knee injury this season.
The chances of him ever pushing his way into Antonio Conte’s first team are slim so the best option is for him is to leave the club.
Turkish club Fenerbahce are looking interested to sign the player with competition coming from his homeland, most notably PSV Eindhoven who he played for last season on loan.
Talking about a return to PSV he said:
Whether that’s on the agenda, I don’t know.
PSV have quite a lot of midfielders at the moment and I am not thinking about the winter window.
I first want to be completely fit again.
Of course I would be lying to say that I have forgotten about it; it was a great half a season for me and PSV.
Van Ginkel started his career in Netherlands with Vitesse Arnhem making 111 appearances and scoring 23 goals before moving to Chelsea for around £8 million in July 2013.
He made a few appearances for the Blues in the early stages of his time at Stamford Bridge but his progress was halted by a series of injury’s which ruled him out of action for 7 months at one stage.
During the time he was fit he was sent out on loan to AC Milan, Stoke and PSV.