Borussia Dortmund superstar Marco Reus has returned to training after his second spell out with an ankle problem.
Reus picked up an injury earlier this season playing for BVB, which was his second following a pre-World Cup injury he suffered in a friendly, which meant he missed the tournament in Brazil.
Reus has been linked with a variety of Premier League clubs with Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United thought to hold the biggest interest in doing a deal for him.
Arsenal should now be presented with a chance to see Reus up close when Dortmund travel to North London in the Champions League towards the end of November.
A good performance in that game could see Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger tempted into making a January move for the player although Manchester United have shown off their financial muscle in recent times.
Reus is a top quality player who has reportedly refused a new contract with BVB already, with Jurgen Klopp’s team unsurprisingly keen to get him committed on a long term deal, avoiding having to sell him.