Jurgen Klopp comments on Marco Reus rumours

In the latest Arsenal, Manchester United, Atletico Madrid and Bayern Munich transfer news, Borussia Dortmund boss is confident prized asset will stay.

One of the most attractive commodities available in the summer transfer window, Marco Reus, 25, is due to stay at Borussia Dortmund for a "very long time" according to BvB manager Jurgen Klopp.

Recently appointed club vice-captain, Reus appeared to look likely to stay at the Westfalenstadion, however, the £44 million rated athlete's future remained ambiguous after club owner Hans-Joachim Watzke stated that the club do not know the player's position - but what they understand is that it was never about money.

If not for money, then Reus may be motivated by ambition, in which case transfer rumours linking him with European giants Bayern Munich, La Liga champions Atletico Madrid, rising force Arsenal or historically illustrious Manchester United may have a certain appeal.

Reus's contract has three more years to run but the attacker becomes available for an even lower fee, £19.8 million, next summer due to contractual stipulations.

Klopp recently issued a statement indicating he could commit to BvB: "I can tell you I have a great feeling regarding Marco Reus' future at Borussia Dortmund. Marco will definitely be around at our club for quite a while."

Considering the imminent exit of Lukas Podolski, the addition of Reus at Arsenal would appear a considerable step-up in terms of quality, but Manchester United may cool their interest should they complete a deal for Real Madrid star Angel di Maria.

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