De Bruyne says there is no chance he will stay at Bremen.
Chelsea loanee Kevin de Bruyne says there is no chance he will stay at Werder Bremen beyond the end of the season but has hinted he could move to another English club if he doesn’t get game-time at Stamford Bridge.
De Bruyne is yet to make an appearance for the Blues after joining from Genk in January. He was immediately loaned back to the Belgian club and was sent for a season-long spell at Bremen this summer.
The tricky winger has admitted that he has found it easy to adjust to life in the Bundesliga because standards at Chelsea are higher.
“I was with Chelsea for pre-season this summer. The level was higher there. That made it easy for me to adjust to the Bundesliga,” he is quoted as saying by ESPN.
The Belgium international scored his first Bundesliga goal in the recent 3-2 defeat to Hannover and has been deployed as a ‘false number nine’ by the Germans at times this term. He conceded that he will remain in England, even if he isn’t playing for the Blues.
“I am happy with my start, even if I am still getting accustomed to the style of play.”
“I know I have to go back,” he said. “Chelsea are positive about me. Sadly, there is no chance that Werder could extend the loan. If I don’t get any playing time at Chelsea, I have to stay in England. To loan me to another European club is not an option for Chelsea.”
De Bruyne made 22 appearances for Genk last season, scoring 8 times.
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