Man Utd Want To Bring Ex-Chelsea Man Back To Premiership
Kevin De Bruyne is a name some Premiership fans will already be familiar with, having joined Chelsea back in 2012 from Genk. The Belgian was released by the Blues after only three appearances, but it looks like Man Utd have been keeping an eye on the youngster and could be about to bring him back to the Premiership.
According to the Express, United have been keeping tabs on the attacking midfielder, who's still only 23, with a view to make a big money deal in the summer.
In a cryptic interview recently, De Bruyne said his future was with current club Wolfsburg, but that his goal is to play for a "big European club" where he can "win trophies". Wolfsburg know they must qualify for Champions League football if they want to keep hold of him, otherwise Man Utd or any of the other big clubs currently watching De Bruyne could offer a much more attractive proposal.
What do you think Man Utd fans? Does the prospect of seeing him in a red jersey fill you with glee? Or are you struggling to get excited by a player Chelsea didn't think was worth keeping hold of? Let us know in the comments.
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