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Man United to make another attempt at signing £40m playmaker?

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Manchester United boss David Moyes will make a last attempt to sign Borussia Dortmund star Marco Reus this month, if reports in Spain are to be believed.

Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo claims that Moyes has retained a strong interest in the German star and is mulling over the idea of making a substantially lucrative offer in an attempt to convince Dortmund to sell.

It’s widely acknowledged that Reus is considered to be invaluable to Jurgen Klopp’s current squad, but United believe they may be able to turn their heads if they offer enough money.

Following the capture of former Chelsea star Juan Mata, Moyes could flex the remainder of his financial muscle in order to secure other targets, despite insisting that he believes the next big transfers concerning the reigning Premier League champions will be happening in the summer, not this month.

The playmaker is thought to be valued at around £40million and so it would likely take upwards of that for Dortmund to be at all interested in the idea of selling their star man.

With the club already resigned to losing Robert Lewandowski to rivals Bayern, it remains to be seen whether they will be at all intrigued by the idea of selling Reus for a cash windfall.

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