Chelsea once again look to be active in the transfer market this summer having already added the services of German International winger Andre Schurrle to the ranks, sparking rumours of various players leaving. One of those players in particular is Belgium International midfielder Kevin De Bruyne, the 21-year-old spent last season on a successful loan spell with Bundesliga side Werder Bremen, has suggestedly grown unsettled by the arrival of Schurrle and possibly more.

De Bruyne wants his chance with Chelsea but has re-iterated on a number of occasions of his desire and importance to play regular first team football, which may not always be an option at Chelsea with the vast array of talent on show. 

Fresh reports on Tuesday via Sky Sports suggest that the player could well be on his way out of Stamford Bridge already. They state that Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc, has told German media that "De Bruyne has confirmed that he wants a move to our club, we are interested in his signature". 

Zorc also went on to deny rumours that Dortmund would be signing Ajax midfielder Christian Eriksen, who is a very sought after talent in Europe, but Zorc states "I have been very surprised to read this". 

It had previously been reported that Chelsea Boss Jose Mourinho will be sitting down with De Bruyne to decide on the players future and involvement in the first team this season, talks that I believe have not taken place as of yet, which could prove pivotel in this move.