PSV Eindhoven are struggling to agree a transfer fee with Chelsea for midfielder Marco van Ginkel, according to Eindhoven Dagblad.
The Dutch newspaper have been in contact with van Ginkel’s agent to clear up what is happening with the transfer, and it seems PSV may have to consider offering to take the player on another loan spell.
The central midfielder has already spent two six month loan spells on loan at the Eredivisie side. He spent the second half of the 2015/16 season, as well as the second half of last season, at the Philips Stadion.
One option being considered by PSV to lower Chelsea’s demands is to offer a sizeable sell on percentage. When defender Jeffrey Bruma made a similar switch to PSV in 2013, Chelsea not only had a buyback clause, but a 40% sell on clause in his contract. When PSV sold Bruma to Wolfsburg last summer, Chelsea received close to £4m, if Transfermarkt figures are to be believed.