Belgium star says he just wants to play games in the upcoming campaign.
Chelsea midfield player Kevin De Bruyne has admitted that he still has absolutely no idea whatsoever which team he will be playing for next season, reports the Daily Mail.
The hugely talented young Belgium international has been at Stamford Bridge for one-and-a-half seasons now, having been signed by the Blues from Belgium side Genk for just £7 million on a five-and-a-half-year deal in Jan 2012.
However, as yet the 21-year-old has still not even featured in a single match for the west London club, after having been deemed surplus to requirements by previous Chelsea manager Roberto Di Matteo at the start of the previous campaign, with De Bruyne then being shipped out on a season-long loan to Bundesliga outfit Werder Bremen.
And in his debut season in Germany, De Bruyne played in 33 matches in all competitions for Bremen, registering an impressive ten goals and ten assists along the way, but he says that he is still unsure whether Chelsea want him back this summer.
“I haven’t spoken to Jose Mourinho, so I don’t know what he thinks of me as a player or what his plans are for me,” said De Bruyne.
“Logically, at big teams like Chelsea, the manager tends to go for the more experienced players and the younger ones have more chances at smaller teams.
“For me, who the coach is doesn’t really matter. What counts is being at a team where I am going to play games. I want to progress and improve as a player, and I need to be playing to do that.
“Really my future is something for my agent to sort out with the clubs. All I can say is all options are open. After the Serbia game, I am off on holiday to Los Angeles for a fortnight. At the moment, I don’t know if I’ll be spending pre-season at Chelsea or somewhere else. We will see what happens.”