Reus has been left out of Dortmund’s photo for the release of their new home shirt.
Despite being arguably their most high profile player, Borussia Dortmund have oddly decided to leave Marco Reus out of the photo for the release of their new home kit.
The exclusion of the Germany international – but the inclusion of Kevin Grosskreutz and Erik Durm – is somewhat bizarre and only increases the speculation that Reus is on the move this summer.
Initially it was thought that FC Barcelona were leading the race for the 25-year-old, but as the Daily Express reports that move has fallen through following the Catalans’ signing of Luis Suarez.
This has turned things on its head and now Liverpool are being linked with a £44m approach for Reus to replace Suarez at Anfield.
It’s not only the Reds that are keeping tabs on the German from the England however, with Manchester United considering adding the attacker to their new look side, according to the Mirror.
After their worst ever season in the Premier League in 2013/14, the Red Devils are understandably keen to improve on things next term and have appointed Louis van Gaal as manager to help achieve that.
They have also been busy in the transfer market, with Ander Herrera and Luke Shaw having already been signed for a combined fee of £56m, whilst deals for Arturo Vidal and Angel di Maria are also thought to be close, reports the Daily Star.
Yet their lack of Champions League football for the next campaign could well give the Merseysiders the edge in the pursuit of Reus.
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