Marco Van Ginkel is desperate to play first team football even if that means going out on loan.
AC Milan and Napoli are preparing loan bids for Chelsea starlet Marco Van Ginkel as the youngster demands crisis talks with Blues boss Jose Mourinho over a possible lack of first team football this season.
Van Ginkel signed for Chelsea last summer on an £8 million deal from Vitesse Arnhem but spent much of last season on the sidelines after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament last September.
He has now returned to full fitness and had been hoping to break into the Chelsea first team this season. However, that now appears unlikely with the recent arrival of Cesc Fabregas.
Fearing another season on the sidelines, Van Ginkel is planning to hold talks with Mourinho about his role this season, according to the Daily Star.
With Mourinho likely to tell Van Ginkel that first team opportunities will be scare, the Dutchman could then force a move away from the club, probably on loan, in order to get some first team action this season.
AC Milan and Napoli are both interested in signing the youngster on loan however, Chelsea are keen that Van Ginkel is loaned to a club in the Premier League so he can build his experience in England.
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