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Reus Dream Is Over!

Reus Dream Is Over!

If Manchester United had any serious ambition with regards to procuring the services of Marco Reus it looks as if the dream, for now, could be over.

Reports emanating from various news sources, this morning, infer that the 25 year-old German international (and World Cup winner) will not be leaving his current club, Borussia Dortmund, this summer.

As well as disappointing United supporters who had high hopes of Reus pulling on our famous red shirt, those who follow Liverpool will also be disappointed, although they can`t really believe he`d opt for them instead of us can they?



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday August 5 2014
Time: 1:02PM

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Hardly a shock. The media are bulding this illusion that Dortmund happily sell their stars which couldn't be further from reality. Reus may leave next Summer when his release clause is active and even then it would be begrudginly. No doubt Dortmund will be looking to offer him a new contract where no such clause exists though i digress. He most certainly won't be going anywhere until next season at the earliest.
TheFamousNo7
05/08/2014 13:43:00
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Maybe next season although we'll be needing someone as soon as Young starts his usual nonsense of playing like a turd once the transfer window closes and he's safe from he chop.
Kanchelskis
05/08/2014 18:10:00
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I'd forgotten he does that looks good in pre-season then goes to bits when it matters. As for Reus it was always unlikely he would go anywhere why the papers continue to push it is ridiculous.
MotorMad
05/08/2014 19:29:00
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