Blues are happy to let Belgium depart the club this summer.
Chelsea midfield player Kevin De Bruyne is wanted by Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund as a replacement for Bayern Munich-bound Mario Goetze, says the Daily Mirror.
The highly-rated young Belgium international joined the West London giants from Genk for £7 million in January 2011, however, the player is amazingly still to feature for the Blues two years later.
The 21-year-old was loaned to Bundesliga outfit Werder Bremen for this season and could now be snapped up by Dortmund head coach Jurgen Klopp, who is known to be a big admirer of the player.
However, to complicate matters Chelsea want De Bruyne to instead sign for fellow German side Bayer Leverkusen in part exchange for forward Andre Schurrle, who is expected to move to Stamford Bridge this summer for £20m.
Either way, it appears as though the Premier League giants have decided that De Bruyne has no future in the capital, despite the player’s impressive performances while out on loan with Bremen.
De Bruyne has netted six times and assisted in ten other goals in just 31 matches in all competitions to date, but with a string of highly-skilled international already competing for places in midfield, Chelsea appear to have decided that De Bruyne is surplus to requirements at the Bridge.