The former Chelsea man insists he is happy at the Bundesliga club but admits he would be tempted were the club to receive a big-money offer for his services
Kevin De Bruyne says he cannot guarantee his Wolfsburg future amid speculation of a move away from the Bundesliga club.
The Belgium forward has enjoyed a superb season for Dieter Hecking’s men, with his 15 goals in all competitions to help Wolfsburg secure qualification for the UEFA Champions League.
Manchester City, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain have all been linked with the 23-year-old, and his agent Patrick de Koster has since confirmed that he has had informal contact with those clubs.
“What will happen in the summer I don’t know,” De Bruyne told Eurosport.
“As a player it is so stupid to say that I will stay here and then some big club is coming in and offer Wolfsburg a lot of money that they want and they say you can go or something like that.
“I’m very happy here and I think I will play here next season but I can’t give you a 100 per cent guarantee.”
De Bruyne was also pressed on his January 2014 switch from Chelsea to Wolfsburg, which followed loan spells with Genk and Werder Bremen.
“[Chelsea manager Jose] Mourinho told me to come back and that’s what I did,” he added.
“After six months of not playing a lot I told the club that I wanted to leave and I didn’t want to go on loan anymore because if you come back you will be always in the same situation.
“I think the decision that I made to come here was a great decision and at the end I think that I’m doing well right now so I’m very happy with all the decisions that I’ve made.”