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Wolfsburg has sent a “hands off” signal to the clubs chasing Kevin de Bruyne by insisting their Belgium midfielder is not for sale as they look to make improvements to his current contract with the Bundesliga side.

The former Chelsea player has a contract with the Germans till 2019, but given the interest being shown by not only big English clubs, but others in Italy and Spain Wolfsburg’s director of sport Klaus Allofs says they want to sit down and offer him an improved deal to keep him at the Volkswagen Arena.

“Kevin has a contract until 2019, so the signal has already been sent out. He will stay with us,” Allofs told German broadcaster Sport1. “We’ve said we will look at his contract.”