Kevin De Bruyne has refused to rule out a move back to the Premier League despite his club Wolfsburg insisting he will not be sold, as reported by MailOnline.
The former Chelsea youngster has been linked with a move to Manchester City this summer after impressing in the Bundesliga last term by recording 20 assists and being named the best player in Germany.
Wolfsburg sporting director Klaus Allofs recently claimed De Bruyne was 99.99% staying at the club amidst strong rumours of interest from Man City.
But the Belgium international has hinted that he would be open to a move away from Wolfsburg, with a return to England most likely on the cards.
He said: “I am not the one telling the people I am definitely going to stay, just to move on two weeks later.
“You always have to keep these things without a definitive statement. I believe people know the way I am. I am just trying to stay loyal and tell the truth.”
The winger’s words will have caught the eye of City boss Manuel Pellegrini, who is hopeful of further improving his attacking options before the transfer window closes.
Man City have already signed Liverpool’s Raheem Sterling for £49m this summer and appear to be prepared to spends another big fee to bring De Bruyne to the Etihad Stadium.