Chelsea has officially extended the contracts of Tuchel , Giroud and Thiago Silva. However, the club has also Officially released 7 of their players. Some of these players have been with the club for some years, spending most of them on loan deals. Marco Van Ginkel was named the next Frank Lampard when he joined Chelsea.
It is an emotional thing when a close friend or colleague leaves an institution. It could be at work, school or wherever. Someone whom you've known and worked with over the years, you can only wish them the best in their new career path or endeavour.
Marco van Ginkel is a Dutch professional footballer who last played as a midfielder for PSV, on loan from Premier League club Chelsea. Van Ginkel began his career in the youth ranks of Vitesse, joining the Arnhem-based club as a six-year-old in 1999. Chelsea signed the player from PSV in the summer of 2013.
Marco Van Ginkel is one of the unluckiest players to ever play for Chelsea just like Danny Drinkwater. He has been a Chelsea player since 2013 . In 2013,Chelsea signed Van Ginkel from Vitesse when he was 20 years old, he also scored 18 goals that season.
Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is set to partake in his first pre season with Chelsea after leading the club to Champions league success last season. The former Dortmund and PSG manager is looking to overhaul his squad ahead of next season and currently eight players have already made their exit away from Stamford Bridge.
Confirmed departures. Billy Gilmour - Norwich City (loan) Marc Guehi - Crystal Palace Myles Peart-Harris - Brentford Olivier Giroud - AC Milan Danilo Pantic - Contract expired Marco Van Ginkel - Contract expired Willy Caballero - Contract expired Jamal Blackman - Contract expired Juan Castillo - Birmingham City (loan)
Chelsea has announced the release of seven players that would be exiting Stamford Bridge in the coming days. The released players, who would be seeing their contracts expire in June, would no longer have ties with the club coming next season. Here are the players released.
Chelsea have officially announced the exits of Fikayo Tomori and Willy Caballero, after the Blues confirmed the list of their departures. The Stamford Bridge outfit confirmed the list of their departures earlier this month, which have led to the Blues fans debating on the familiar names that will be leaving the European Champions this summer.
Chelsea have been in inspired form since the appointment of German tactician Thomas Tuchel in January. The former Paris Saint German manager led the club to a top four finish and also won the Champions League after beating Man City 1-0 in the final last month. It is believed that Thomas Tuchel's target now is to win the Premier League for the club next season.
Football is a beautiful sport and Injury is the ugly side of it and there is nothing that can be done to stop it as long as players make tackles and collide with each other, Injury is bound to happen. Let's take a look at the five promising Chelsea youngsters who suffered a terrible injury when they almost broke into the main team.
A large number of players departed Stamford Bridge yesteday as their contract officially expires. 30th June was a very important date in the football calendar with a number of players saying 'good bye' to the club following their contracts expiration. According to reports, players who have been released by the West London side Chelsea will be free to sign for another club with contract starting of 1st July.
Eredivisie club PSV progressed to the third round of the UEFA Champions League qualifying series following a 2-1 victory over Galatasaray on Wednesday at the Basaksehir Faith Terim Stadium. The Dutch side won the first leg by 5-1 and won 7-2 on aggregate. PSV broke the deadlock in the 37th minute following a long-range shot from Noni Madueke.
What some anticipated to be a busy summer transfer window for the Champions League winners, is gradually turning out to be a quiet one. Except for few players leaving on free transfer, the likes of Marco van Ginkel and others like Fikayo Tomori, other than this, the summer transfer window has been very quiet to the amazement of fans and supporters alike.
Chelsea ended the 2020/2021 season as the Champions of Europe after defeating Pep Guardiola’s Men 1-0 in Porto to win the biggest club competition in Europe. Thomas Tuchel has agreed four deals this summer for four senior players in the squad. The German tactician is interested in revamping his squad ahead of next-season.
After leaving Chelsea, Marco van Ginkel has been named the new captain of PSV Eindhoven, a remarkable turnaround. The 28-year-old joined PSV on a permanent transfer this summer, ending an eight-year stint with Chelsea, and ED reported yesterday that Van Ginkel would formally take over the captain's armband for his new side.
Marco van Ginkel has finally left Chelsea on a permanent deal, eight years and six loan spells after joining the London club. Van Ginkel, who signed for Chelsea from Vitesse back in 2013, has joined PSV on a free transfer after spending three separate loan spells, and the best part of five years on loan at the Dutch club.
Chelsea midfielder, Marco Van Ginkel has officially signed for Dutch side, PSV Eindhoven after his contract with the Blues expired this summer. The 28-year-old midfielder has spent couple of seasons on loan with PSV Eindhoven before finally signing a permanent deal with the club. Photo Credit - Google
Chelsea Legend, JT as he is popularly called, was among the fans and players who took out time to wish his former teammate Marco van Ginkel well, as the player time at Stamford Bridge comes to an end. Who is Marco van Ginkel? Following his performance that saw him net eight times for Vietesse in Eredivisie, Marco Van Ginkel was snatched up by Chelsea on 3rd of July 2013.
Chelsea midfielder Marco van Ginkel has signed for PSV Eindhoven on a free transfer, after leaving Chelsea at the end of the season. Chelsea included the midfielder amongst the player on the club release list with the Van Ginkel unable to fulfill the hypes that surrounded his transfer from Vitesse on the 3 July 2013.
Chelsea are reportedly having a slow start to the current summer transfer window, with several players like Victor Moses, Marc Guehi, Van Ginkel departing Stamford Bridge on permanent deals. Various reports claim that former Chelsea star Marco van Ginkel has made a miraculous leap after leaving the West London side by being named the new skipper of PSV Eindhoven