Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag has reportedly met with representatives of Borussia Dortmund star Marco Reus, who is heading towards free agency.
WHAT HAPPENED? The 33-year-old Germany international has entered the final months of his contract at Signal Iduna Park and has been cleared to speak with teams outside of the Bundesliga. There had been talk of Reus potentially joining Cristiano Ronaldo at Saudi Arabian side Al-Nassr, but it would appear as though Premier League interest has resurfaced following previous links to the likes of Liverpool and Manchester City.
THE BIGGER PICTURE: The Daily Mail claims that United have sounded out a possible deal for Reus, with Ten Hag meeting with his agents Dirk Hebel and Darren Freeman following their recent trip to England for the Manchester derby.
AND WHAT’S MORE: While no fee would be required in order to acquire the experienced forward, he is said to be working on terms worth over £200,000 per week at Dortmund.
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