Marco Reus (34), who devoted 11 years at Dortmund, has been linked with Manchester United. He met with manager Eric ten Haag to discuss a move to Manchester United. Reus is out of contract with Dortmund at the end of this season.
On the 22nd (Korean time), Christian Polk, a reporter for ‘Bild’ in Germany, announced through the UK’s ‘Cut Offside’ that “Director Ten Hag has negotiated a private transfer with Reus’ agent. Reus is an option to sign Manchester United.”
Fabrizio Romano, a European transfer market expert, also hinted, “Manchester United is bringing in a creative player within the next 10 days. It is expected to find and sign a player until the end of the winter transfer market.”
Reus grew up in Dortmund’s youth. However, his full-fledged professional stage began in Monchengladbach. He left Moenchengladbach for a transfer fee of 17.1 million euros (approximately 22.9 billion won) in 2012 and returned to Dortmund and has been active to this day.바카라사이트
Although he has suffered from big and small injuries, he is the core and mental support of Dortmund. He scored 156 goals and 117 assists in 368 games during his 11 years at Dortmund. He won the DFB Pokal twice, German Super Cup three times, Bundesliga Player of the Year three times and German Player of the Year twice.
He has committed to Dortmund, but his contract ends in June 2023. After renewing the contract in March 2018, I haven’t heard of any extensions. He can freely negotiate with other teams according to the current boss only rule,
Manchester United, though a veteran in his mid-thirties, have picked Reus as a player they can use. Since we spent a lot of money in the summer, we plan to scale back in the winter. He was the reason he brought Boot Ver Host on loan rather than outright transfer. With only six months left on his contract, Royce is an attractive option.
Of course, Dortmund has no intention of letting go of the mental support easily. When rumors of a transfer to Manchester United surfaced, a table was hastily set up for negotiations to renew the contract. However, Germany’s ‘Bild’ reported that “Negotiations with Dortmund were not active. The future of Royce is an open ending.”