Former Chelsea playmaker Kevin De Bruyne says he made the right decision to leave Stamford Bridge for the Bundesliga, where he has scored 15 goals and provided 26 assists for high-flying Wolfsburg this season.
The 23-year-old has had such an impact on the German league that he is been linked with a summer move to either Manchester City, Manchester United or Arsenal, with his agent Patrick De Koster saying talks have already begun regarding a possible move back to the Premiership.
“What will happen in the summer I don’t know,” De Bruyne told Eurosport. “As a player it is so stupid to say that I will stay here and then some big club is coming in and offer Wolfsburg a lot of money that they want and they say you can go or something like that.
“I’m very happy here and I think I will play here next season but I can’t give you a 100% guarantee.”
The Belgium international also explained why he left Chelsea after two loan spells at Genk and Werder Bremen.
“Mourinho told me to come back and that’s what I did,” he said.
“After six months of not playing a lot I told the club that I wanted to leave and I didn’t want to go on loan anymore because if you come back you will be always in the same situation and I think the decision that I made to come here was a great decision and at the end I think that I’m doing well right now so I’m very happy with all the decisions that I’ve made.”