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Marco Reus Out Of Borussia Dortmund’s Champions League Clash With Arsenal Due To Ankle Injury

The German winger is set to be on sidelines for about a month.

Borussia Dortmund winger Marco Reus will miss his side’s Champions League clash with Arsenal on September 16th after injuring his ankle in Germany’s 2-1 victory over Scotland in last night’s European Championship qualifier, Goal.com reports.

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The 25 year-old will be out for approximately four weeks, which means he will probably miss around nine games for Dortmund.

Reus missed the World Cup because of an injury to his right ankle and their were fears that the German’s clash with Charlie Mulgrew could have caused another serious problem to the same ankle.

Fortunately, Dortmund have confirmed that the injury isn’t as bad as it was prior to the World Cup.

BVB’s team doctor Markus Braun claimed that Reus will only need to rehabilitate for four weeks after straining his ankle ligaments.

Despite the winger’s injury being not as bad as first feared, his absence from the game against Arsenal is a huge blow to Jurgen Klopp’s side.

Reus is regarded as one of the finest wingers in the world at the moment and had been linked with several clubs during the summer transfer window.

Although the German giants were able to hold onto the winger, they will face a renewed battle with clubs during the January transfer window with the likes of Arsenal and Real Madrid plotting moves for the star.

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