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Marco Reus is a wanted man; will he end up at United or Liverpool? (1)

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In-form players may dip in and out of transfer speculation and gossip columns, but it’s the truly world-class ones who refuse to go away.

That’s why Marco Reus finds himself still hotly linked with a move to virtually anyone who’s anyone in the footballing world, despite the fact that Jurgen Klopp has attempted to rule out the notion of a transfer on more than one occasion.

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The German international, though somewhat injury prone, has proven that he has what it takes to cut it at the very highest level of the game and by and large it’s the giants of the Premier League who are determined to take advantage of this.

With Chelsea already boasting a wealth of attacking talents Jose Mourinho hasn’t been credited with any interest, but virtually all of his would-be title rivals have. That’s including Liverpool, Manchester United and Manchester City, who could all do with a player of Reus’s talents.

But just who are the favourites to land the £32 million-rated Bundesliga star? And which club would be the best suited to his abilities? Click on the ‘begin slideshow’ button below...

*All odds courtesy of Paddy Power

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