Targeted City and Madrid, Reus Claimed Will Remain in Dortmund
Dortmund – Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp, believes Marco Reus will not move the club, despite the German international midfielder was reportedly being targeted by Manchester City and Real Madrid.
Rumors that the City began to intensify their pursuit of Reus grown in recent days. ESPNFC calls, City believe can bring in Reus with the lure of a salary of 200 thousand pounds per week.
City is not the only clubs interested in Reus. Madrid has long been rumored to want the 25-year-old midfielder. They also reportedly did not mind giving exorbitant salaries to Reus.
However, rumors are denied by Klopp. According to him, even though Dortmund failed to qualify for the Champions League next season, his star players-including Reus– not be tempted to leave.
“I think none of the players we are going to leave, although we failed to Champions League next season,” said Klopp told Bild.
“If Reus did not ask to move, then he will not be going anywhere.”
Reus reportedly has a clause in his contract off of 25 million euros. The amount is believed to be fulfilled by the rich clubs like City and Madrid.
Until now, Reus yet related spoke his future. However, he reportedly will give a statement about next March.