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Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City dealt blow in pursuit of Belgian midfielder


Arsenal, Manchester United, Manchester City or Bayern Munich will not sign Kevin De Bruyne this summer.

Bayern Monaco sporting director Matthias Sammer has in fact revealed that Wolfsburg are not ready to listen to offers as they intend to keep the 23-year-old.

"He is a fantastic player," Sammer said.

"His development at Wolfsburg has been fantastic. And they made it clear they don't want to sell him and we have to respect their decision."

The Belgium international scored 15 goals in 51 games for Wolfsburg this season with top European clubs ready to offer for £30m to secure his services.

But as confirmed by the club's sporting director Klaus Allofs, the youngster is expected to stay put.

"I am quite sure he will play here next season," Allofs said.

"Maybe after the DFB-Pokal final we will sit down with Kevin and improve his contract length [which currently runs until 2019] and salary."

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