Manchester United Target Yet To Reveal Where His Future Lies – Why Red Devils Must Make A Move

Borussia Dortmund’s Marco Reus has refused to comment on where he will be playing his football next season, which will encourage Manchester United.

The 24-year-old German international is rumoured to have a £28 million buyout clause in his current contract, but Dortmund have offered him a new contract.

With Robert Lewandowski joining former Dortmund favourite Gotze at rivals Bayern Munich, it was good that IIkay Gundogan signed a new deal but it is vital that Reus is kept.

The former Borussia Monchengladbach winger has 16 league goals this season and has created a staggering 83 chances for teammates according to Squawka.

Although he insists he is happy at Dortmund, even he must be concerned by how easily the major stars around him are being pinched and the replacements are not the same.

Hertha Berlin’s Adrian Ramos is widely expected to be one of Lewandowski’s replacements, and although he is only two goals behind the Pole in goalscoring, a Robert Lewandowski he is not.

Depending on how the managerial situation works out at Old Trafford, the new manager would be lucky to have Reus, he could offer United fans flash backs to Ferguson’s United teams.

Speedy wingers belong at Manchester United, it is in the clubs DNA, and in Reus you have a player who can beat a man, make the decisive pass and when given the chance bury a 1vs1.

There’s no doubt there will be some big arrivals at Old Trafford, and with Giggs phasing out as a player, Reus could still be wearing number 11 next season. But in Manchester.