Chelsea midfielder Marco Van Ginkel has admitted he doesn’t know what will happen at the end of the season.
The 22-year-old is currently on-loan with Serie A giants AC Milan, and has impressed in the second half of the season after initially struggling to break into the side.
And Van Ginkel has admitted that he is happy with his loan spell, but is unsure what will happen when he returns to Chelsea this summer.
“My first season here was hit by injury but now I have played four or five matches in a row,” Van Ginkel told Milan Channel.
“Personally I am pleased and the team is improving. It was wonderful to play in the derby in front of 75,000 people, and it was a great derby.
“Will I stay? I don't know what will have happen with Chelsea, we will have to see.”
Van Ginkel joined the Blues in the summer of 2013, and was Jose Mourinho’s second signing after his return to the club.
AC Milan form
However the former Vitesse Arnhem midfielder suffered a season ending ACL injury having made only four appearances for Chelsea, and was given an opportunity to move to Milan the following the summer.
AC Milan are enduring another underwhelming league campaign, and currently sit ninth in the division, seven points away from Sampdoria in fifth, who occupy the final European place.
Van Ginkel admits whilst the Europa League places will be difficult to reach this season, it is still possible with seven games left to play.
“Europe will be difficult but there are seven matches left and 21 points available,” Van Ginkel added.
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