Marco Van Ginkel:
Another player like Thorgan Hazard who possesses all the talent in the world. While there is a good chance that Chelsea might not loan out Van Ginkel and instead keep him in the squad as a utility player given how he can play in a number of midfield positions the wise thing will be to probably loan him out to another Premier League club. Just like Thorgan Hazard, he needs the experience of playing in a Premier League club and what better way of getting it than on loan to one of the newly promoted sides.
Starting out as an attacking player, MVG has matured into a more defensively oriented player. With the talents that he possesses, often drawing comparisons with club legend Frank Lampard and his England colleague Steven Gerrard, he deserves a regular spot in the starting line-up and using him as a squad player might hinder his progress. One more season on loan and this time with a Premier League club might prove to be a win win situation for both the club and the player.
With Chelsea pipped to strengthening their strike force next season it is apparent that Demba Ba does not really figure high on Jose Mourinho’s plans. While the best solution for Chelsea would be to sell the Senegalese to another club, preferably not a Premier League rival, the reality is that his high wages might prove to be a stumbling block. With no club likely to pay Demba Ba, the wages he is currently on at Chelsea perhaps the best solution for all parties here is to loan the player to another club for the next season. After all, at the new club Demba Ba will get some guaranteed football while Chelsea will be able to get his wages off the books.