Marco Reus wants summer switch to Arsenal

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Marco Reus is one of the world hottest players right now, and has attracted interest from the likes of Real Madrid and both Manchester clubs.

It is understood however, that the 25-year-old, who can play on the wings or through the middle, wants to leave Dortmund in the summer in favour of a switch to Arsenal.

Dortmund are currently sitting rock bottom of the Bundesliga, and their extreme dip in form this season has lead to speculation about all their top players leaving Signal Iduna Park.

With Marco Reus being the key player in the Dortmund strike force, and a regular in the German national side, he has a host of top clubs after his signature.

Reus has a £20m buy-out clause in his current contract and, although it is not active until the summer, Arsenal are believed to be the frontrunners for his signature.

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With the choice of Real Madrid, Manchester City and just in fact anyone you can think of available for Reus to move to, it comes as quite a surprise that his preference would be a move to north London.

However, according to the Daily Mirror, it is believed that the German would love to play under Arsene Wenger.

Although Wenger already has the likes of Alexis Sanchez and Theo Walcott in his attacking line up, to pass up the opportunity to sign a player like Reus for just £20 million would leave many Gunners fans furious with the Frenchman.

A forward three of Sanchez, Reus and Walcott would be one of the best forward lines in the world, and could really help Arsenal push for yet more silverware.

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