Borussia Dortmund ace Marco Reus is flattered by the interest shown in him this summer, according to his agency Sports Total.
As reported by the Express, his agency has insisted that he's having a 'wonderful' time in Dortmund, but if flattered by the interest shown in him by many European sides.
Despite the rumours regarding his future, however, Sports Total claim that the German international is happy starring at Dortmund and won't be leaving the club.
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This will no doubt come as a blow to the Premier League duo of Arsenal and Liverpool, who have both been credited with interest in talented midfielder of late.
As well as the English duo, Spanish giants Real Madrid have also been heavily linked with the player's signature, but it appears that he will remain in the Bundesliga for the foreseeable future.
Staying in Germany
"We read the rumours that are circulating about an alleged transfer for Marco.
"We can say with certainty that the player is having a wonderful time at Dortmund. He is flattered by the interest of many European teams but he's recently decided to stay in Dortmund."
The man Liverpool needed
There's no doubt about it, Marco Reus would have been the ideal signing for Liverpool in this transfer window. Don't get me wrong, Brendan Rodgers and Co. at Anfield have made some superb signings ahead of the new season, but the club are clearly in need of one world-class star.
Ultimately, over the last couple of years, the Reds have lost huge names, including Steven Gerrard and Luis Suarez, while rising star Raheem Sterling has also departed in favour of rivals Manchester City.
Reus, then, would have been the huge boost the club may well be in need of, but they may well have to wait before swooping for him again.
One thing's for sure, though, Liverpool should improve after last season's disappointing season. With the likes of James Milner and Nathaniel Clyne set to star at the club for the 2015/16 campaign, they should no doubt improve as a team. It's just a shame that Reus wasn't meant to be.
Liverpool fans: Do you need any more signings? Have your say below!