Man City and PSG target Kevin De Bruyne open to Wolfsburg exit
Kevin De Bruyne has said he is planning to stay at Wolfsburg this summer but could be tempted away by a big-money offer.
De Bruyne, who left Chelsea in January last year, has attracted the interest of a host of leading clubs after a highly impressive season in which he has scored 10 and set up a joint Bundesliga record 20 goals in 31 appearances.
The player's agent, Patrick De Koster, has recently said he has held talks with Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain, while Bayern Munich have also been credited with an interest.
The Belgium international, who is under contract until 2019, told kicker that he is currently planning to spend next season at the Volkswagen Arena but added: "You never know what will happen in football.
"A club might step in and make an offer that pleases Wolfsburg and also makes me happy. Right now, I say that I will stay in Wolfsburg."
He stressed that he did not want to make any promises, though, adding: "I don't like it when players say they'll stay no matter what and are gone after the first offer."
De Bruyne, who joined Chelsea from Genk in 2012, had impressed during a loan spell with Werder Bremen in the 2012-13 season but struggled to make an impact when returning to Stamford Bridge at the end of that campaign.
However, he rejected the suggestion that his difficulties under Jose Mourinho meant he did not have what is necessary to succeed at a Premier League club.
"I was younger back then, and not a lot of very young players get a shot in this team [Chelsea]," the 23-year-old said. "I think I am capable of playing at every club."