Chelsea midfielder Marco Van Ginkel has admitted that he faces an uncertain summer transfer window and is unsure where he will be next season.
The Dutchman gave an interview to Milan Channel, in which he reflected that his next destination depends on the intentions of the Blues and Serie A club AC Milan, where he is currently on loan.
He added: “I don’t know what will happen with Chelsea. We will have to see.”
The 22-year-old has made only 11 appearances for the San Siro giants during his debut season in Italy, due to a recurrence of ankle ligament damage which he suffered at the turn of the year.
His return to fitness has seen him force his way back into the side and he featured in Sunday’s 0-0 draw with bitter rivals Inter Milan.
The path to the Chelsea first-team is significantly more difficult due to the presence of a number of leading internationals, and a second campaign in Milan or even a permanent transfer would seem more likely than a prolonged run in the Premier League leaders’ first-team next term.