Chelsea’s Kevin De Bruyne has been left to re-think his future, but remains adamant he can still impress for the South London side.
The young Belgian, 21, completed a £7million deal from Genk to the Champions League winners last January. De Bruyne stayed on loan with Genk till the end of the season and would have hoped to have made his mark with Chelsea. However he was shipped straight out on loan to Werder Bremen leaving him with no Chelsea appearances to his name.
De Bruyne told Sky Sports: ‘I want to show everyone at Chelsea that I can play there. For the moment I don’t know what Chelsea want to do with me, so it’s difficult to say what’s going to happen with me in the next year or so. I’ll have to just wait. In Bremen I have played like five or six different positions this year, I’m doing what I can’
De Bruyne can hope that his international partnership with fellow Belgian and Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard will spark the attention of his parent club:
‘I love to play with Eden. We’ve played together for a long time already for the national team at the same age.’
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