Chelsea winger Marko Marin has offers to consider from a number of European clubs, according to his agent Fali Ramadani.

Marin has made just two starts for The Blues since his summer move from Werder Bremen, playing second fiddle to Eden Hazard, Juan Mata and Oscar in the first team.

And the 23 year old is considering a loan move away from Stamford Bridge, with the German international's representative admitting talks have begun between the two parties over Marin's immediate future.

Marko Marin
Marin has made just one league start this season.

"I will not hide the fact that Marin has several interesting offers of a loan until the end of the season," Marin's agent Fali Ramadani said.

"I cannot name clubs, but I can say that the offers come both from western and eastern Europe.

"Marko wants more playing time, but we understand that at a major club like Chelsea there will always be serious competition for places.

"Marin feels good in London but in order to play regularly for the German national team he needs to be a first-teamer.

"We'll have a conversation soon with the Chelsea hierarchy about all possible options for him to continue his career."

Hazard joined from Lille while Oscar arrived from Internacional, with the latter making a surprising impact on the first team in his opening season, combining with Juan Mata to great effect sporadically during the campaign.

But that has left Marin, who has previously been compared to Lionel Messi due to his close control and agility on the ball, marginalised, making just one league start this season and three additional substitute appearances, all of which have come during the reign of Rafa Benitez.

Marin is currently out of favour with the Germany national team, having failed to feature for his country since the qualification group phase for the 2012 European Championship, and feels that should his club opportunities increase; he could yet break back into the reckoning in time for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

Russian league leaders CSKA Moscow have been linked with a move for the Chelsea winger to help bolster their title chances, which currently see them sit two points clear of Anzhi and five ahead of Zenit St Petersburg.