No deadline day move expected by the Wolfsburg boss.
Kevin de Bruyne’s performances this season have attracted the attention of Premier League giants Manchester United, yet the Wolfsburg manager has no concerns that the midfielder will return to England, reports the Mirror.
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De Bruyne has become a pivotal part of the Wolfsburg midfield since departing Chelsea 12 months ago, and boss Dieter Hecking has no fears that the 23-year-old will be leaving the Volkswagen Arena in the near future.
“I do not have any fear that De Bruyne will leave the club,” Hecking was quoted by the Mirror as saying.
“There are only eight teams in Europe that are a step up from Wolfsburg,” said Hecking confidently.
“When you have a player like Kevin, there is always a bit of a risk that another team will come in and sign him.
“A big-money move would also be a sign of appreciation of what we are doing.”