Manchester City will have to pay 40 million pounds if they want to secure the services of Wolfsburg midfielder Kevin De Bruyne this summer, reports the Daily Mail.
The 23-year-old has been in sensational form for the German side, has scored nine goals this season and has caught the attention of Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain.
The reports has suggested that the Premier League champions will make a summer bid for the Belgian international at the end of the season, as the Citizens are attempt to bolster their ageing squad.
However, the midfielder’s agent – Patrick de Koster, has claimed that a fee of around £40m will let the player to move to the Etihad stadium.
The Wolves have signed De Bruyne from Chelsea last year, and likely to keep him for next season – for the Champions League next year, but are reportedly let him go for a whopping fee this summer.