Cape Town - Wolfsburg face a massive challenge to keep their star midfielder, Belgian Kevin De Bruyne, after the player said he does not know what will happen in the summer.
Manchester City, Bayern Munich and Paris St Germain are all reportedly keen on the former Chelsea player and the player himself is not confirming he will start alongside his current teammates at the start of next season.
The player's agent also confirmed that three clubs have made informal contact.
“What will happen in the summer I don’t know,” De Bruyne told Eurosport.
“As a player it is so stupid to say that I will stay here and then some big club is coming in and offer Wolfsburg a lot of money that they want and they say you can go or something like that.
“I’m very happy here and I think I will play here next season but I can’t give you a 100% guarantee.”
De Bruyne left Chelsea, initially on loan, before sealing a £18 million switch to the Bundesliga club in January 2014.
De Bruyne has scored 15 goals and claimed 26 assists in all competitions for Wolfsburg, alerting all major European clubs to his talent.