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Transfer news: Kevin de Bruyne may make a temporary switch to play regularly
Chelsea youngster Kevin de Bruyne believes that he is growing as a player during their tour of America.
The 21-year-old, who was signed from Belgian side Genk in January, played 45 minutes for the Blues against Paris Saint-Germain and has been pleased with his start.
“We are growing physically and tactically as a team and that’s why we’re here [on tour],” De Bruyne told Goal.com.
“Yeah, we have to know the team a bit better but it’s going quite good for me at the moment. I’m pleased with my adaptation so far. I will grow.”
The Blues have also signed Eden Hazard and Marko Marin – who can also play in his position and a loan move might be on the cards in order to play regularly.
“For me, I say it’s important to play,” De Bruyne added. “If it’s not at Chelsea, I will go to another club to play.”
“We are going to talk after the American tour and we will see what the best option is.”