Marco Reus wants to move to Bayern Munich next summer

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Borussia Dortmund star Marco Reus is very keen on a move to Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich, and is likely to join them in the next summer, according to German newspaper Bild.

It is reported that Reus will move to Bayern Munich for a fee of £28million, which will see their squad get even stronger, after they already completed a transfer for Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski this year.

World Cup heartbreak

Reus unfortunately missed out on Germany's success at the 2014 World Cup victory through an ankle injury which he is still suffering from, and that's why Pep Guardiola is holding off until next summer to confirm a deal for the playmaker.

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The German has been linked with many clubs around Europe, including Barcelona, Manchester United and Liverpool. Barcelona were keen on the 25-year-old attacker, but they then turned their interest elsewhere and signed controversial striker Luis Suarez, who is serving a four month ban.

Other suitors

Liverpool had a strong interest in signing Reus as they are in need of an attacker to fill the gap left by Suarez. The Dortmund ace scored 16 goals and registered 13 assists in 30 Bundesliga appearances, very impressive stats from a player who still has so much to offer given his age.

With the possible addition of Marco Reus to the squad, will anyone be able to stop the dominance of the 2013/14 league winners Bayern Munich?

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