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Real Madrid’s Next Star? Player almost certainly leaving and clubs to meet – report

Reus - Top Drawer Talent

Pure Class

Last summer saw one of the biggest transfer windows in history. Real Madrid themselves oversaw some massive business with the signings of James Rodriguez and departure of Angel di Maria.

But we believe that, in years to come, the signing of Toni Kroos will be seen as the best one of 2014. Kroos is already making the midfield at Real Madrid his home and has put in some unbelievable performances this seasons for his new club. He’ll be doing the business for years to come.

And, if reports are to be believed then Madrid could be about to repeat the trick and get the best available player for two summers running. Marca reports:

The tough time Borussia Dortmund are having right now means they will almost certainly be waving goodbye to the Germany international. Real Madrid are already manoeuvring, with a meeting with the player’s agent in Germany scheduled. At the Bernabéu they fancy their chances of sealing his signing after their most recent talks,

You often wonder whether certain players will fit in at a given club. But, like Kroos, there is no such worry here. Reus is pure class – such a good player that we would be astonished if he didn’t immediately improve Real Madrid.

At 25, he’s not only a wonderfully gifted footballer, but a great team man too – they don’t half school them well in Germany.

If he does sign for Real Madrid questions would immediately be asked about the future of Gareth Bale. Either he or Karim Benzema (putting CR7 in up top) would surely have to make way if Reus did arrive – this is not a player who will want to spend most of the season sitting on the bench.

But we believe that he would get into the first eleven. Let’s take a look at him in action. Real Madrid fans: best possible signing?


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