With 10 assists to his name, the Wolfsburg man is one of the Bundesliga’s shining lights on current form, and is a vital part of the Volkswagen-backed team’s push to qualify for the Champions League.
Reports suggest that Arsenal and United, as well as Manchester City, are ready to pay as much as £30m to lure the 23-year-old back to the Premier League, yet his agent, Patrick Koster, says that De Bruyne is happy playing regularly where he is and is not thinking about a switch:
“De Bruyne is feeling very good. After a difficult period at Chelsea he is finally playing continuously.” He is quoted by The Express.
“He does not want to move. He’s only concentrating on [getting Wolfsburg] to the Champions League.”
De Bruyne was officially a Chelsea player for two years before his exit 12 months ago, but he spent just half a season in the club’s first-team after loan spells at Genk and Werder Bremen.