Kevin De Bruyne's wants to leave Chelsea, according to his agent.
De Bruyne left Genk to join Chelsea in 2012 and has been sent out on loan to Genk and Werder Bremen. He has only played six matches for them this season.
The Belgian player’s agent De Koster met with Chelsea officials last week and revealed that De Bruyne wants to move.
De Koster said that Juventus and Atletico Madrid have shown interest in his client, but said the player is aiming to return to Germany, with Wolfsburg being his favourite choice.
His agent De Koster told Press Association Sport that another loan would not be good for De Bruyne or Chelsea. De Bruyne and his family wants to move on permanent basis because he has been out on loan already for two times.
This year it will be the World Cup and he needs to play to get his place for his country.
The 22-year-old wants to return to Bundesliga. They have already discussed with Wolfsburg and other clubs.
While looking at the other side, Chelsea’s boss Jose Mourinho has allowed his two players Juan Mata and Michael Essien to leave Stamford Bridge if they want to. Mata has only started 9 league games this season and the player wants to play more in order to boost his World Cup chances.
Mourinho told that he don’t want to sell them but if they want to leave then the door is open.