According to reports in Belgium, both Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City are planning to offer a €15 million annual salary to Wolfsburg midfielder Kevin De Bruyne.
The playmaker, who moved to the Bundesliga permanently in 2014, has been tipped for a return to the Premier League following his outstanding showings in Germany.
The attacking midfielder managed 15 goals and 25 assists last season, and his fine form has piqued the interest of several English giants.
According to the Express, both Arsenal and Manchester United are understood to be planning a move for the playmaker, although the pair would likely need to pay upwards of £50 million for the player’s signature.
The Express also understand that City are planning to do just that, and that Wolfsburg ought to be braced for a hefty offer from the Citizens.
Het Laatste Nieuws, via Le 10 Sport, add more detail to the story, reporting that both City and PSG have offered a €15 million annual salary to the player, a fee which translates as roughly £11 million per annum.
The player is currently under contract at Wolfsburg until 2019.