Marco Reus has played down transfer speculation linking him with Bayern Munich and Real Madrid, amongst a host of Premier League clubs.
Liverpool are said to be lining up a big-money switch; with the attacking midfielders buy out clause reportedly around £18m, however both Madrid and Bayern have admitted their fondness of the midfielder who has numerous career options.
Despite the masses of interest in his services though, the 25-year-old insists that he is focused only on Borussia Dortmund, rather than which club he may play for next.
At the moment there are a lot of people talking about my future. There is a lot of speculation and a lot is being written - Marco Reus
The buy out clause for Reus may appeal as somewhat of a bargain for Europe's richest clubs, for a player who is so highly regarded and a proven world class talent. However, the Germany international admits he is not thinking about a possible future move.
"At the moment there are a lot of people talking about my future. There is a lot of speculation and a lot is being written."
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"So I would like to take this opportunity to say that other people are thinking more about my future than me," Reus said.
It is hard to think of a team that would not be interested in the services that Reus has to offer, and at such a cheap price compared to a lot of transfers nowadays.
Arsenal and Liverpool are almost crying out for a player like Reus, who can change any game in a split second, score shed loads of goals from midfield and work like an engine for 90 minutes.
Whilst Madrid, Munich and Manchester City have squads jam-packed with talent, the Dortmund man would most definitely be a fantastic addition, being one of Europe's hottest prospects.
Manchester United are another team who are fairly strong in this area, with the likes of Juan Mata, Angel Di Maria, Wayne Rooney and Adnan Januzaj.