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Marko Marin out to prove a point

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Marko Marin appears to be out to prove a point to his employers Chelsea and will do this during his season-long loan at Sevilla.

Marin made just six league appearances last term, most of which as a substitute, scoring just one goal.

He now, however, appears rejuvenated and is eager to return to the form that made him one of Europe's most sought-after players just a few years ago.

After joining Spanish club Sevilla on a one-year loan deal, the German stated he was 'delighted' to be at the club and claimed he arrived in the La Liga with more ambition than when he signed for Chelsea last summer.

One can only assume this ambition is to prove to returning Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho his worth and that he can be of use to the team upon his return to London.

Marin has already opened his account for Sevilla by bagging a brace on his debut in a pre-season friendly against San Fernando, setting him well on his way to sufficiently impressing Mourinho.

 

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