Chelsea will face Sunderland in the Capital One Cup quarter-final tonight which could be the final match in Blues shirt for Belgian star Kevin De Bruyne.
The Blues manager Jose Mourinho is likely to rest some players who played in the last Premier League game and would be looking to give chances to the fringe players, which include De Bruyne as well.
The 22-year-old has only made two starts in the league for the Blues this season, while his future has been speculated in the media and Belgium newspaper Sportwereld fears, tonight is possibly going to be the last match for the youngster.
In November, Chelsea team-mate Eden Hazard said that it would be beneficial for De Bruyne to leave the club, as he is no getting regular chances. Although Jose Mourinho wants to have him in the squad, but with limited opportunities coming in his way, it is understood that he wants to move to get regular football and prepare himself ahead of the World Cup.
Germany could be his likely destination; with host of Bundesliga clubs are eager for his services, but according to German newspaper Bild, Chelsea are ready to offer cash, plus De Bruyne in order to acquire long-term target Julian Draxler.