Manchester City target Kevin de Bruyne has revealed that his Wolfsburg future remains uncertain.
The Blues have made the Belgian one of their main transfer targets after the capture of Raheem Sterling and Fabian Delph, while the 24-year-old has admitted that he may leave the German club in this summer's window.
After leaving Chelsea for £18m in 2014 De Bruyne has produced impressive form with the Wolves, amassing an impressive tally of 33 goals in 69 appearances and leading the club to silverware in last season's DFB-Pokal final.
City are yet to make an official bid and have strong competition in Paris St Germain to secure the services for the midfielder. Despite plenty of speculation surrounding his future De Bruyne is relaxed on where his future lies, but has failed to rule out any potential move to Manchester.
"I have no idea where I will play next season," he said. "We have to see what happens between clubs. If there will be a transfer, I will have to explain that 'why' afterwards."