More clubs lining up to move for Marco Reus.
Manchester City and Bayern Munich are set to join the likes of Manchester United and Liverpool in the race to sign dynamic forward Marco Reus from Borussia Dortmund once a release clause in his contract becomes activated next summer, report the Mail.
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Reus is believed to be available for around £20 million next summer, a fee which would represent a real bargain for a player who has developed into one of Europe’s most exciting forwards since signing from Borussia Monchengladbach, although he is likely to command a weekly wage of around £200,000.
The German international is still under contract at Signal Iduna Park until 2017, but the terms of his contract mean that a clause will become activated next summer, allowing him to leave for £20m, meaning that he is almost certain to become the next big name player to depart Jurgen Klopp’s side, following the likes of Mario Gotze and Robert Lewandowski.
Liverpool and Manchester United have also been linked with Reus, who is set to be one of the hottest properties in the transfer market next summer, but the intervention of City and Bayern could mean that this particular transfer battle intensifies even further in the coming months.