Marko Marin leaves Chelsea for Turkey

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Chelsea has in many years been known as the European kings in sending players out on loan. As you're reading this Chelsea has got 26 players loaned out to clubs around the world, including: Mohammed Salah, Nathan Aké, Tomas Kalas, Juan Cuadrado and Marco van Ginkel.

The latest to go is Marko Marin who seemingly jumps from one club to another. In his time at Chelsea he's been with Sevilla, Fiorentina, Anderlecht and now it's Trabzonspor's turn to have a go with the former German international.

The deal with the Turkish side lasts for the entire 2015/2016 season and this time the club have an option to purchase him on a permanent deal.


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Another wasted talent?

The former Germany international joined Chelsea from Werder Bremen in 2012 on a five-year deal, but made just 15 first-team appearances in league and cup games, scoring a solitary goal.

The 26-year-old was born in Bosnia-Herzegovina, but his family moved to Germany when he was two and he has played 16 times for Germany.

He made his Chelsea debut during a 6-0 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Capital One Cup, replacing Juan Mata midway through the second half. His first league start came in the 1-0 home defeat to Queens Park Rangers, although he was replaced by Eden Hazard midway through the second half.

Marin scored his first goal for the club after coming on as a substitute in a 4-1 win against Wigan Athletic in February 2013.

It seems as if Marko Marin has played his last game for Chelsea. With two years left of his contract he shouldn't look for an extension.

Chelsea fans: Do you think Marin deserves more of a chance at Stamford Bridge? Give us YOUR opinion in the comment box below! 

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