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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

PSV Eindhoven sign Marco van Ginkel from Chelsea on season-long loan

Shaka Hislop believes that Tiemoue Bakayoko would complement N'Golo Kante quite well in Chelsea's midfield.
Chelsea's transfer window so far has been underwhelming but is it bad enough to hurt their aspirations for the upcoming season?

PSV Eindhoven have announced the signing of Marco van Ginkel from Chelsea on a season-long loan.

Van Ginkel spent the past season-and-a-half on loan at the Eredivisie club, making 28 appearances and scoring 15 goals.

The 24-year-old, who Chelsea signed from Vitesse in 2013 on a five-year contract, has also enjoyed loan spells with Stoke and AC Milan.

PSV announced the deal in a statement which read: "PSV and Chelsea have reached an agreement on a transfer of Marco van Ginkel. It is a rental for the duration of a season. PSV hope to welcome the midfielder quickly in Switzerland, where he will join then in training camp."

Van Ginkel follows Tammy Abraham, Kasey Paler, Ola Aina, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Lucas Piazon among others in leaving Chelsea on loan this summer.

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