Reported Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United target Marco Reus is expected to make a decision on his long-term future within the next two months.
According to the Mundo Deportivo via the Mirror, Marco Reus will reportedly make a decision on his long-term future within the next two months and seemed to fend off Barcelona links by asking bluntly: ‘’where will I play?’’
"Where would I play in this Barcelona where the attack is made up of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar?" Reus is quoted as asking.
A host of Premier League clubs are said to be tracking the talented attacking midfielder, with the Daily Mail linking him to Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal, and all could have their answer on whether a deal is possible as early as next month.
The 25-year-old is currently enduring the season from hell with Borussia Dortmund and with 19 games gone, the 2013 Champions League finalists sit bottom of the division with just four wins.
The poor form has led to many speculating over the futures of their better players, such as Reus and Hummels, and with a Champions League spot for next season nigh on impossible then the German side could face an exodus this summer.
What would Reus bring to the Premier League?
Although he is currently out of form, the German international could still turn out to be one of the finest buys available next summer and it’s no surprise so many high profile clubs are interested.
The versatility of the attacker, along with his ability, make him a fine choice for any of the linked clubs as they look to improve their options in hope of a Premier League title push for next season.
On his day, he is a match winner at any level. He has proven this countless times in the Champions League and on the international stage, so whoever gets him would be getting a bona fide match winning player.
If Dortmund do get relegated this season, it’s likely to knock his confidence but with the ability he possess a good coach would quickly get him out of any potential rut.