Wolfsburg sporting executive Klaus Allofs has dismissed any rumours that the Bundesliga club are interested in Chelsea attacker Andre Schurrle.
Schurrle has found first team opportunities at the Blues limited this season, having featured in 14 games this season. But, with the playmaker being restricted to a role off the bench in games this term, rumours have begun to circulate about his future.
The German only joined the London outfit back in the summer of 2013 for £27 million from Bayer Leverkusen, but he is set to depart Stamford Bridge joining numerous others who have joined Jose Mourinho’s side and have been limited in their appearances.
Kevin De Bruyne recently left the club for the Bundesliga, and Mohamed Salah and World Cup winner Schurrle look set to join him. But, Wolfsburg’s Allofs has rubbished rumours of a potential move for the 24 year-old.
“A very clear no,” Allofs responded when questioned over the player, “there’s nothing to the speculation.
It seems the former Leverkusen man may have to wait a little while longer before he gets a move away from the Bridge.