Chelsea star Marco van Ginkel has moved to quash any fears that he might return to Stamford Bridge in the near future, with his agent recently suggesting that the player’s loan deal with AC Milan might be terminated, as reported by the Daily Express.
The Dutch starlet moved on loan to the Italian giants during the summer transfer window.
It was hoped that the player would receive significant first team football at Milan, having suffered a horrible injury last season which saw him miss the majority of the campaign.
Despite this, Van Ginkel has made only one appearance from the bench for the Serie A side.
His agent, Karel Jansen, made a series of comments in the last week, suggesting that Van Ginkel could return to Stamford Bridge as a result.
Jansen has retracted those comments, however, and Van Ginkel also sought to say that he was not particularly keen to leave Milan.
He said: “We have a few days to train ahead of the derby, it’s an important game and although it’s very difficult, we want to win.
“I can play anywhere in midfield, the position is not that important to me.
“I’m fine, I’m training and I’m ready to play. I like the city, there are many good restaurants and I’m getting along very well.
“It’s always difficult to make promises. We want to have a great season, better than last year, and return to Europe. We have to continue on our way, starting with the match next week against Inter.”