Former Chelsea midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has insisted that he is happy at German outfit Wolfsburg, but has an ambition to play for a 'big European club', reports the Express.
De Bruyne endured a tricky period at the Bridge under the guidance of Jose Mourinho, but has been linked with a return back to the club in recent time after proving his credentials in Germany.
Speaking about his future, he told reporters: "I feel very much at home with VfL Wolfsburg in this very moment.
"I am able to sign a new contract with Wolfsburg. Life in football can be fast moving.
"Football is much about money. Wolfsburg is not yet like Bayern Munich, of course.
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"And my biggest ambition is to come out for a big European club. One I can win trophies with. As much trophies as possible."
It remains to be seen, then, as to whether he will stay with Wolfsburg for the long term or whether Chelsea attempt to bring him back to English soil.
Hazard reveals words of Kluivert
Chelsea star Eden Hazard has revealed that Patrick Kluivert gave him some important advice when he was a youngster at French outfit Lille, reports the Express.
Hazard, who is now recognised as one of the leading players in England's elite division, has admitted that Kluivert told him to work hard to succeed at the top level.
The Blues ace told reporters: "I remember the first time I met Patrick Kluivert and shook his hand.
"I played with him at Lille. He said: 'Yeah, you’re young, you have good quality, but work. You have to work. Every day you have to work if you want to be one of the best.' I remember that very well."
Khedira to Schalke?
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho may not be reunited with Real Madrid star Sami Khedira as Bild have reported that the World Cup winning German star is in talks with Schalke over a free transfer to the club.
Khedira has endured a tricky time at the Bernabeu under Carlo Ancelotti this term, but it now appears that he won't be heading to the Premier League.
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