Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has admitted that Belgian outcast Kevin De Bruyne could be heading elsewhere in the January transfer market, after addressing the issue at today's press conference.
When asked to comment on the Belgian's future at Stamford Bridge, he replied: "He has a chance to go, he's a player that we've had a couple of offers for. We will keep analysing these offers."
There has been much speculation over the future of the 22-year-old, who has made just nine appearances this term for Jose Mourinho's side.
Wolfsburg are just one of the many clubs who are interested in the winger, it has been reported that his agent is in talks with the German outfit.
"Another loan wouldn't be good for the player or the club. The player and his family would like to secure a permanent solution because he has been out on loan already twice," his agent told reporters.
De Bruyne was signed for Chelsea in January 2012 and was immediately loaned back to former club Genk. Under Di Matteo's ruling at Chelsea, De Bruyne was given the green light to head out to Werder Bremen for the season, where he scored 10 goals in 34 games.
Although Jose Mourinho promised the youngster first team football this term, the Portuguese man has failed to hand the Belgian a regular spot.
Mourinho went on to say in his press conference: "We know he's a fantastic young player with lots of potential, I can say I would be happy to keep him and develop him, but we also have to analyse the player's profile, the player's personality and he wants so much to go that maybe it's a good option."
With De Bruyne hopeful of retaining a spot in the Belgian World Cup squad, first-team football is vital and his skills, ability and potential could just fit the bill at Wolfsburg.
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