VfL Wolfsburg star Kevin de Bruyne has insisted that Bayern Munich should talk with his current club if they are interested in buying him.
The former Chelsea man has been in splendid form this season, notching 15 goals and 27 assists across all competitions, which has gathered the attention of European suitors, with Bayern leading the queue.
And the Belgian International has issued an almost ‘come and get me’ plea to the Bavarians, claiming that there would be no “eternal love” manifesto towards Die Wölfe.
And the former Genk man has once again refused to commit his future at the Volkswagen Arena, alerting potential suitors.
Talking to Sport Bild, the 23-year-old said, “If Bayern are interested then they should get in touch with Wolfsburg.”
“They will make the decision as they are responsible for my future.”
“All I know about interested clubs is from reading newspapers. I have not spoken with any clubs as of now. However, I cannot say I’m definitely going to stay here this summer.”
NO LOVE?: De Bruyne says he won’t make promises of ‘eternal love’ to Wolfsburg
“I think fans are better treated when players are honest with them, rather than for me to swear my eternal love to Wolfsburg then disappear.”
But despite the wobbly nature of De Bryuyne’s comments, Dporting Director Klaus Allofs remains adamant that the Drongen born attacking-midfielder will stay put.
“I am quite sure he will play here next season. Maybe after the DFB-Pokal final we will sit down with Kevin and improve his contract length and salary.
“Of course the interest from other clubs is scary sometimes, such is the volume and intensity of it. It doesn’t worry me that Kevin doesn’t state he will stay, there is mutual trust between us.”
STAYING FIRM: Despite repeated interest in De Bruyne, Allofs has kept his stance firm.
De Bruyne joined the DFB-Pokal Finalists for in January 2014, in a deal worth €20 million. His current contract runs till 2019.
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