Maybe it’s just me, but the news that Marco Reus’ contract has been extended until 2019 feels more like a delaying of the inevitable rather than the so-called life decision the attacker claims it to be. The evolution of modern football has made the environment in which the sport now reigns a wasteland of smoke and mirrors. I want to believe you Marco. I really do. But breaking down this extension leads me to one solution. Dortmund have now secured a safety net for Reus’ eventual departure. Last year, when the news first broke out that Reus may leave, I was convinced he would join Bayern. He wouldn’t have to learn a new language, or change his playing style drastically. And he would get to play with his best friend again. With Bayern seemingly having first refusal – and opting out because they didn’t want to further damage their relationship with BVB – Reus’ decision not to move south shows that he is very much a BVB man. His departure to Bavaria would have been the proverbial nail in the coffin for the Bundesliga. Over to you Real Madrid. Rumors of the attacker learning Spanish only helped fuel the likelihood… Read full this story
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