Kevin De Bruyne could leave Wolfsburg this summer on the back of a stunning campaign, according to his agent, Patrick De Koster.
The Belgian attacking midfielder has been one of the stars of the 2014/15 Bundesliga season, with his 17 assists making him the most prolific player in any of Europe’s top five leagues at setting up goals for his team-mates.
Naturally, this form and output has alerted a host of top clubs, with Manchester United thought to be interested.
Chelsea are also shock candidates for the 23-year-old, whom they sold to the Volkswagen-backed German side for £18m at the start of 2014.
Wolfsburg are believed to be keen to keep their man, but De Koster has confessed that, although he’s not spoken to any other teams, De Bruyne could be edging towards the end of his last season with the club:
“This could be his last season at Wolfsburg,” he told Europa Calcio.
“Currently the only club we have talked to regarding his future is the German side.
“His value is higher than €30m (£21m), but you can’t take anything for granted in football.”
However, the duo may have to fight off Juventus, with De Koster having revealed that they’re interested:
“There are several interesting teams in Italy, such as Juventus who are a fantastic club.”
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