Manchester United are in desperate need of a marquee signing, after failing to impress in the summer transfer window.
United will look to add to their squad in January's transfer window, but David Moyes should prioritise Marco Reus for next summer.
Reus is the solution to United's problems,and Moyes could make an emphatic statement of intent if he signs Reus from Borussia Dortmund.
Marco Reus is capable of playing on both wings, up front as a centre forward and even behind the striker in a number 10 role in need of a new lease of life at Old Trafford.
His versatility will be an invaluable asset for any team. He can control the ball with both feet, and possesses supreme composure in possession, even in advanced areas.
Reus is efficient in his play, and can perform under pressure, shouldering attacking responsibilities this season for Borussia Dortmund along with Robert Lewandowski.
Reus could rejuvenate Man United's already potent attacking threat and establish himself as a genuine talent in the Premier League.
It would be pointless to consider him in January though as he would be cup-tied, unable to represent United in the Champions League if he joins them.
It is also a commonly known fact that Man United do not like making big signings in January, and wait for the summer to sign players to the club rather than make knee-jerk reactions in the middle of the campaign.
Reus would be a welcome addition to Man United and Moyes should leave no stone unturned in his efforts to sign him, even if it means offloading talented Japanese playmaker Shinji Kagawa.
Moyes must not hesitate with Europe's top clubs all circling, Reus will ensure United become a formidable attacking threat next season and beyond if a deal can be done.
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