Marco van Ginkel has admitted that a summer move could be on the cards following reported interest from Chelsea and Man United, according to Sky
Van Ginkel has been representing his native Holland at U-21 level in the European championships, and was speaking after the Dutchmen’s disappointing exit at the hands of Italy.
Van Ginkel has been suggested as a possible signing for Chelsea for the last few weeks, but Man United are now thought to have entered the fray and are being mooted as a possible alternative destination for the Vitesse midfielder.
Speaking to Sky Sports News Radio, when asked about his future and the chance of a move, he said: “My future? Now I have a vacation and I’ll concentrate on that. After my holiday, we will see. Maybe!”
However, he seemed somewhat surprised at the prospect of joining David Moyes at Man United, continuing: “Manchester United, I didn’t know… I have two more years at Vitesse. It’s a club who’s growing, so I’m also happy there.”
The 20-year-old made his Vitesse debut in April 2010, coming on as a substitute during the club’s hefty 4-1 loss to RKC Waalwijk.
He has since gone on to make 93 appearances, finding the net 18 times. He has also represented Netherlands at U-21 level, and made his senior international debut against Germany last November during a 0-0 draw at the Amsterdam Arena – his only senior cap to date.
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