Arsenal and Manchester United continue to keep a close eye on Dortmund’s winger Marco Reus, while German giants are preparing a new bumper deal.
The injury-plagued German international forward has been sidelined since the end of last campaign following the serious knee injury, and despite that, he remain on top of European giants radar.
Reus’ latest blow came in the Cup final game against Bayern Munich when he suffered a cruciate ligament injury.
However, the Dortmund star is still regarded as one of the best forward in the Bundesliga.
With German international forward edging closer to a return, Dortmund wants to tie him down with a new deal and fend off interest from the PRemier League giants.
The German winger has two years left on his current deal with the Bundesliga giants.
Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc, though, has now told Kicker: “We see Marco with us in the long run.”
The German giants boss believes Reus will commit his future to Dortmund this season.
But the 28-year-old forward has been on top of Arsenal and Manchester United radar.
The Sun claim that both Premier League clubs have been monitoring Reus during 2017.
Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho both are keen to bolster their attacking options after the season ends and Reus seems to be an ideal candidate.
Man Utd targeted Ivan Perisic in the summer, while Arsene Wenger was searching a replacement for Alexis Sanchez who is expected to leave for free after the season ends.
And the managers believe that Reus could just be the man for the job, despite his injury record.
The Dortmund forward is desperate to play football without injuries and recently admitted that he would “give away all the money to be healthy again, to be able to do my job”.