The highly-rated Belgium international has been heavily linked with a summer switch to the Champions League finalists but his representative has denied a deal is already in place
De Bruyne has been heavily linked with a move to the Champions League finalists, as speculation mounts suggesting the 21-year-old has already agreed terms on a five-year-deal, with the German outfit close to agreeing a fee of around £12 million with Chelsea.
However, the player’s representative Patrick de Koster has denied the Belgium international is Dortmund-bound.
He told WAZ: "There is no solution. He is still a Chelsea player."
De Buyne has enjoyed an impressive season on loan at fellow German side Werder Bremen, notching eight goals and 10 assists in his 33 appearances for the club.
Dortmund are looking to strengthen their squad following the imminent departure of Mario Gotze to Bayern Munich, while Robert Lewandowski is tipped to follow him.