Manchester City superstar Kevin De Bruyne has lifted the lid on why he opted to leave Chelsea in 2014.
After arriving at Chelsea from Genk in 2012 in a deal worth just £7.2m, De Bruyne moved onto Wolfsburg just two years later.
Despite enjoying a decent time in Germany, it has been his time with Man City which has sky-rocketed the Belgian midfielder’s career.
After featuring in 249 matches in all competitions for Man City, De Bruyne has grown to become arguably one of the sport’s best midfielders, at least in recent history anyway.
Speaking in a recent interview with Sky Sports, the Belgian has revealed the reasons behind his decision to depart Chelsea all those years ago.
? “I didn’t have any chances of playing at the time, It was for me the best decision to leave Chelsea.”
Kevin De Bruyne speaks about his journey from leaving to Chelsea to become the player he is today at Man City pic.twitter.com/Mh6vSXOekU
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) March 6, 2021