German international going nowhere.
Highly rated German forward Marco Reus has commited his future to Borussia Dortmund, claiming he doesn’t see a reason for BVB to worry about him leaving the club – following the recent departure of his fellow countryman Mario Gotze, who left for bitter rivals Bayern Munich according to Goal.com.
Reus told Bild : “BVB have absolutely no reason to worry about me leaving the club. I am feeling very well at Dortmund.”
They went on to question Dortmund’s Champions League chances, to which he responded : “I don’t think making the final last season was a sensation.”
“We simply played our own game and our opponents couldn’t cope with it. We are well prepared for the new season and are brimming with confidence. We also gained experience, so why wouldn’t we be able to make it to the final again?”
The Dortmund forward is regarded by many as one of the best in Europe, and at the age of 24, many see plenty of room for improvement. Personally, I think Reus is a great addition to any side across Europe just due to his excellent ability to see key passes and his desire to turn the game on it’s head with his excellent counter attacking threat.
Last year, the German managed 18 goals in just 40 starts whilst playing left [his most natural position], right and central midfield.
Dortmund will play their first game of the 2013/14 Bundesliga campaign this Saturday when they take on Augsburg, whilst rivals Bayern Munich beat Borussia M.Gladbach 3-1 on Friday night.