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Werder wait on De Bruyne

Werder Bremen have confirmed that they are waiting to hear if Kevin de Bruyne will be made available for loan in January.

Last Updated: 25/11/13 at 12:12 Post Comment

Kevin de Bruyne: Wanted by Werder Bremen

Kevin de Bruyne: Wanted by Werder Bremen

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De Bruyne is being strongly linked with a move in the New Year, having recently struggled to get into the first team at Chelsea.

The Belgian spent last season on loan at Werder and was hugely impressive and the Bremen outfit are now waiting to see if they could bring him back, although a number of their rival Bundesliga sides, including Wolfsburg, are also keen on him.

"His (Kevin de Bruyne's) player agent is aware of our interest in his services. I will be getting to know if there is a chance to re-sign Kevin de Bruyne on loan for our club," general manager Thomas Eichin told Kreiszeitung Syke.

"If this is possible, we will have to wait and see if such a deal can be really worked out.

"Everyone at Werder Bremen knows all about the quality of Kevin de Bruyne."

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