Marco Reus won’t be quitting Borussia Dortmund despite English Premiership giants aggressively bidding for him, according to German analyst Jan Aage Fjortoft.
The Reds are continuing their pursuit of the German international eying a big money move during the last 12 months. Liverpool coach Brendan Rodgers is eager to add more venom in his attacking third after Raheem Sterling left for Manchester City last week for a staggering £49 million.
According to former Nottingham Forest midfielder and German football expert Fjortoft, the German outfit were unlikely to sell Reus following the appointment of their new manager.
In the 2013-14 season, while he was plagued by injury, the 26-year-old forward netted 7 goals in 20 appearances in Bundesliga. But the German International has a decent record as he notched up since he moved to Dortmund from Borussia Mönchengladbach in 2012.
Though Marco Reus missed the World Cup-winning campaign at Brazil after sustaining an ankle injury.
Now the rumors of Reus linked to a move at Anfield have been reduced to laughing stock due to the Red’s failure to confirm the services of the forward despite chasing him for a long time. In the recent online war of words, United supporters have been mocking their Merseyside counterparts over expectations of a possible Reus’ switch to Liverpool.