According to reports, out of favour Chelsea winger, Marko Marin is all set to join Greek club Olympiakos. The Germany international is in advanced talks with the Greek Champions and is reportedly expected to complete a move in the coming days.

Having signed to the London club from Werder Bremen for £7 million in the summer of 2012, Marin has made just 16 appearances in all competitions for Chelsea in four years and failed to cement his place at the Stamford Bridge. As a result of the winger, whose career has been often troubled by injuries, spent much of his time on loan with Sevilla, Fiorentina, Anderlecht and Trabzonspor.

With newly-appointed Chelsea boss Antonio Conte looking to leave his own mark at the club, it is almost a certainty that Marin will make his way out of the club.

As reported in Goal, a source has revealed that the Bosnia-Herzegovina-born player is expected to complete a move to Olympiakos early next week.

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