Germans wait to see where they are at the end the season.
Bundesliga giants Wolfsburg have told Manchester United that they will only sell midfield superstar Kevin de Bruyne this summer if they fail to qualify for next season’s Champions League, according to the Metro.
Reports are suggesting that Louis Van Gaal is lining up a stunning £30m raid for the former Chelsea man, who has been in phenomenal form for Wolfsburg bagging 11 goals and 16 assists this season.
However, any likely deal will hinge on whether Wolfsburg make it into Europe’s premier club competition next term.
Wolfsburg are currently in second place in the Bundesliga table, eight points behind leaders Bayern Munich.
The club are expected to make it into the Champions League, but Klaus Allofs said that de Bruyne could still go should their season fall apart in the coming weeks.
“We have to be careful. Kevin could leave if there is no qualification for the next Champions League,” he said.
“All the interested clubs are watching, but one thing is certain. If they want Kevin they will have to deep dig in their pockets to find the necessary funds.”