The future of Marco Reus at Borussia Dortmund beyond his end of the contract 2023 is still open. This confirmed the BVB captain and simultaneously excluded a change abroad.
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Conversations with the BVB on a further collaboration are “not far advanced until now. With the course of time you will see how it goes on. But there is no stress,” said the 32-year-old in the “Sky” interview.
However, reused Reus, he feels “scary well” at the BVB. He is currently seeing “no reason to go another step”.
Reus added: “I would like to finish my career in Dortmund, I said that a few times.”
MLS instead of BVB? Marco Reus: “You should never never say”
For the coming year, Reus has the end of his active career but “in no way” in the sights. “Fortunately, I’ve been injury-free for a long time, just have little setbacks and feel very good,” the offensive player said.
He wool “further help the team to win games and improve,” Reus announced.
In addition to a whereabouts at BVB, the former Gladbacher but also a change abroad, especially in the North American professional league MLS.
“You should never never say. But I’m very happy to play at Borussia Dortmund, that’s a privilege. If you can quit His career here, you really like and proudly,” Reus said.
Marco Reus wants “definitely” to the World Cup
Ambitious goals formulated the national player with regard to the Winter World Cup in Qatar. He wool “in any case” part of the German squad, says Reus. “A World Cup is an incredibly big event to be there very much.” With national coach Hansi Flick he stands “in constant exchange”, according to the BVB profi.
After the end of the era Löw in the upheaval DFB team has “a good troop that has found slowly,” said Reus. “Now it matters that we demonstrate that against stronger teams. I think we are ready and full of anticipation.”