Marco Reus hints Shinji Kagawa is joining Borussia Dortmund

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German winger Marco Reus has hinted that Manchester United playmaker Shinji Kagawa could return to Borussia Dortmund. 

This has been reported by the Metro, who have suggested that Reus - who himself is wanted by the Red Devils - all but confirmed that Japanese ace Kagawa is on his way out of Old Trafford. 

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Kagawa struggles

Manchester United's playmaker has stuggled at Old Trafford for some time now, having failed to hold down a place in the first team under Sir Alex Ferguson and David Moyes in recent years. 

And now, with Louis van Gaal in charge, it appears that Juan Mata is preferred in the No.10 role at Old Trafford. Kagawa failed to make the bench as the Red Devils only managed a 0-0 draw with Premier League new-boys Burnley yesterday, and now it appears that he's on his way out of the club. 

Dortmund return 

His potential return to the Bundesliga will certainly excite fans of Dortmund, who saw the best of him before his move to the Red Devils. Kagawa played a key role in helping the club win a league and cup title, and will now be hoping to find his best form once again.

Manchester United fans will certainly be sad to see him depart after just two years, but he's failed to prove his credentials at the club having been played out of position on a regular basis. 

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