Marko Marin set to sign for Trabzonspor after medical - Chelsea roundup

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Chelsea fans, good morning and a very warm welcome to your daily news roundup.

We’re quickly approaching the last segment of the summer transfer window, meaning the rumours get more ridiculous than ever and clubs are busy trying to iron out any perceived flaws they might have within their squad.

With Chelsea being the reigning champions it’s safe to say Jose Mourinho will be unhappy with the way things have started. What’s being done about it? Perhaps you can discern from the information below.


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Marin to move

The future of forgotten Chelsea man Marko Marin looks set to be decided tomorrow, with it having been confirmed that he is close to joining Turkish side Trabzonspor.

The Super Lig club’s sporting director, Suleyman Hurman revealed that Marin had touched down in the city and will undergo a medical shortly before being confirmed as a player tomorrow.

“He will arrive in Trabzon tonight and undergo a medical tomorrow before completing his transfer”, Hurma confirmed to LigTV.

It will mark the end of a rough Stamford Bridge career for the midfielder, one that has seen him farmed out to no less than three different clubs on loan.

Stones and Martinez

In more positive news John Stones has told Roberto Martinez that he wants to move to Chelsea this summer if possible.

At least that’s according to The Times, who say that the England international could submit a formal transfer request if Martinez refuses to accept Jose Mourinho’s next bid of £40million. Translation: A deal looks on the cards.

Cuadrado deal on

Last but not least Juan Cuadrado is set to leave Chelsea, having touched down in Italy ahead of a medical with Juventus.

The Colombia international will be loaned to the Turin giants for the season. It remains to be seen if he’ll ever play for the Blues again.

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