Marco Reus Linked with West Ham as Dortmund Exit Looms

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End of an Era for Reus at Dortmund

After a storied 12-year spell with Borussia Dortmund, club icon Marco Reus is set to depart at the season’s end. The veteran forward is on the radar of several clubs, with interest spanning from the MLS to Turkey. In a significant development, Premier League clubs are also being alerted to Reus’s availability, with West Ham United among the potential suitors.

Hammers Eyeing Attacking Reinforcements

West Ham’s manager, David Moyes, is reportedly on the lookout for fresh attacking talent as the team prepares for the possibility of losing key players. With the futures of Lucas Paqueta, Jarrod Bowen, and Mohammed Kudus at the club uncertain, Reus’s experience and versatility could prove invaluable for the Hammers’ forward line.

Reus’s Remarkable Record

Reus, who returned to Dortmund in 2012 after a stint with Borussia Monchengladbach, has been nothing short of legendary for the German club. As captain, he has tallied an impressive 167 goals and 128 assists in 415 appearances. Even at 34, Reus continues to be a pivotal figure on the pitch, contributing six goals and seven assists this season.

Versatility and Experience on Offer

The German international, primarily an attacking midfielder, has demonstrated his adaptability by also playing on the flanks, akin to West Ham’s Paqueta and Kudus. Reus’s ability to fill multiple roles could make him a strategic addition to Moyes’s squad.

West Ham’s Current Premier League Standings

With West Ham currently sitting seventh in the Premier League after their recent triumph over Everton, the addition of a player of Reus’s caliber could bolster their ambitions. The team is also set to continue their European journey with an upcoming Europa League clash against SC Freiburg.

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