Wolfsburg sporting director, Klaus Allofs has stated strongly that midfielder Kevin De Bruyne is not for sale. It is widely reported that Manchester City have been eyeing the star midfielder and are ready to table a heavy bid to secure his signature.

But Allofs said it makes “no sense” to talk about whether those sums would be enough because the club had still not received any offers.

“We don’t have a game plan for ‘what would happen if,” he told German TV channel Sport 1. 
“If someone comes with that much money… it’s not happened yet so we don’t need to think about it.
“But Kevin is also categorised as not for sale. I think he played a decisive role for our team last year. When you have the sporting ambition that we have, it should be forbidden to let him go.”

De Bruyne was voted the Bundesliga’s outfield player of the year last season, scoring 10 goals and creating 20 more as ‎Wolfsburg finished runners-up to Bayern Munich.‎