Chelsea midfielder wants summer exit

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Chelsea midfielder Marko Marin has revealed that he wants to leave the club on a permanent deal this summer, reports the Daily Star.

Marin, who is currently on loan at Spanish outfit Sevilla, has insisted that he wants to stay at the La Liga outfit forever. 

However, Marin has admitted that it's crucial that he stays injury free and continues to help Sevilla in this campaign. 

Speaking to Estadio Deportivo, Marin said: "If both Sevilla and me are happy to stay I can stay here forever. 

"We'll see what happens in the summer. The first is to play, being fit and helping the team in the end of the season and then we will decide.

"If the fans want, Monchi (the sporting director) wants and the coach wants, why not?" Marin added.

"But the most important thing is to be fit and play.

"Speaking about a permanent move before that is not worthy because I can't help the team if I do not play."

It remains to be seen as to whether Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is willing to sell the midfielder in the summer market. 

However it appears that Marin's heart is set on a permanent deal with Sevilla and his long term future at Chelsea looks in doubt. 

Marin has enjoyed a successful spell with Sevilla this season, with the club currently sitting in seventh place in the La Liga table. 

Chelsea meanwhile have also enjoyed a great campaign and are currently seven points clear at the top of the Premier League.

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