As the English “Daily Mail” reports, Al-Nassr national player Marco Reus wants to convince him to move to Saudi Arabia. Clubs from the English Premier League are also said to have expressed interest in the BVB captain. The 33-year-old’s working paper expires in the summer.

Due to his contract situation in winter, Reus is allowed to negotiate with other clubs without the consent of Dortmund. Nevertheless, the trend points to a contract extension at BVB. In November last year, sports director Sebastian Kehl announced that he would sit down with the club icon for talks. Reus should also want an extension. He returned to Dortmund in 2012 and since then has played over 350 competitive games for the Black and Yellows, scoring 156 times.

But it is also clear that Dortmund can offer the attacking midfielder less money than Al-Nassr and potential English prospects. The faltering contract talks with super talent Youssoufa Moukoko show that BVB is not prepared to meet every salary demand from its players.

As an aging star, Reus fits perfectly into Al-Nassr’s prey scheme. The Saudi club is said to have already knocked on the door of world stars like Sergio Ramos, N’golo Kanté, Luka Modric and Sergio Busquets.

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