Kevin De Bruyne
Manchester City are interested in signing former Chelsea midfielder Kevin De Bruyne says agent Getty

Manchester City are interested in signing midfielder Kevin De Bruyne this summer, according to the Wolfsburg star's agent.

The Belgium international left Chelsea in January 2014 and since joining the German club, he has been in impressive form. This season, the 23-year-old has managed 19 assists and scored 10 goals in 32 league starts.

De Bruyne's form has seen him attract interest from City, while their derby rivals Manchester United are also in the race, along with Paris Saint-Germain to sign the former Chelsea man.

The player's representative Patrick De Koster has confirmed City, PSG and Bayern Munich are all interested in signing the playmaker. De Bruyne's agent also admitted that he will have a meeting with Wolfsburg's sporting director Klaus Allofs to discuss his client's future

"Manchester City, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain have made informal contact with me, but there have been no official offers," De Koster told talkSPORT.

"I have a meeting with Klaus Allofs [Wolfsburg's sporting director] next week to find out what they want to do. I will know if they want to offer a Kevin a new deal or allow him to move.

"The situation has now changed with Wolfsburg qualifying for the Champions League next season, so wherever he plays next season it will be in the Champions League.

"If Wolfsburg decide to sell Kevin, then he will have a choice of clubs who can win their domestic league and challenge for the Champions League as well. The choice is his," he added.

Meanwhile, the talented midfielder has already admitted that he is open to leaving the Bundesliga outfit if potential suitors could make an offer, which could please Wolfsburg.

"You never know what will happen in football," De Bruyne said, as quoted by ESPN.

"A club might step in and make an offer that pleases Wolfsburg and also makes me happy. Right now, I say that I will stay in Wolfsburg. I don't like it when players say they'll stay no matter what and are gone after the first offer," he said.