Marco van Ginkel
Van Ginkel excelled back on loan in Netherlands during the second half of last season. Getty

Chelsea midfielder Marco van Ginkel is keen to return to PSV Eindhoven, while Tomas Kalas is hopeful of securing a loan move to another Premier League club.

The Blues had 29 players out on loan last season and this year looks no different, with Lewis Baker, Charly Musonda, Jeremie Boga and Nathan Ake among those to have already found new temporary homes.

Van Ginkel, 23, spent the first half of the 2015-16 season on loan at Stoke City, but returned to his native Netherlands in January to link up with PSV Eindhoven, playing a crucial role in the club's Eredivisie title success.

The Dutch champions are hopeful of bringing the player back, but are still waiting to find out what Chelsea's plans for the youngster are. "It is of course important that the player has clearly indicated that he really wants to stay another year with PSV," the club's technical director Marcel Brands told Voetbal International.

"This involves, like last season, a loan. Buying is not an issue. We cannot afford transfer fees of €10, €15 million."

23-year-old defender Kalas is another who is likely to have to leave Stamford Bridge for first-team opportunities. The Czech Republic international spent last season on loan at Middlesbrough, who gained automatic promotion to the Premier League. He has returned to training with Chelsea this week, but Aitor Karanka's side remain interested in bringing him back to Teeside.

His agent Mithat Halis was quoted as saying by Gazette Live: "Kalas wants to stay in England next season, preferably in the Premier League. He is happy at Chelsea but Middlesbrough are interested."

New Chelsea manager Antonio Conte takes charge of training for the first time on Monday following his campaign with Italy at Euro 2016.