Premier League outfit Manchester City are hoping to seal the deal for £30million rated attacker Kevin de Bruyne after skipper Vincent Kompany told the boss to look for him.
Kevin de Bruyne joined Chelsea in 2012 but spent his first season on loan at Werder Bremen and after his return he made only nine appearances before leaving for the German side Wolfsburg for £18million in 2014. He has become a vital team member for Wolfsburg since his move.
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany who is also the captain of Belgium national team urged his boss to keep tabs on the youngster who not only impressed at the World Cup but also impressing in Bundesliga.
Reports have claimed that City are keeping close tabs on the Belgian and has also enquired about him.
Kompany has also told sporting director Txiki Begiristain to keep an eye on this talent who is not only good on the field but his off the field attributes are also good.
The Belgium international who played a fine World Cup in the summer has assisted 12 times in 22 games for the German side in all competitions this term.
City boss Manuel Pellegrini might not be making a move in January, but he is eyeing him for the summer window. The 23-year-old will surely have to struggle at the Etihad Stadium.
Columnist: Shah Arsalan