Highly respected source says Arsenal are trying to sign this genuinely world class talent


Unbelievable talent

This one is very exciting for Arsenal fans.

The Telegraph reports today that Arsenal are in the hunt for the sensational German international forward Marco Reus. They say:

Arsenal are preparing to hijack Liverpool’s move for the German World Cup winner, Marco Reus.

Reus: Special

Reus: Special

Of all the potentially available players on the market this summer Reus is, for our money, the very best.

He only signed a new contract with Dortmund in January but it doesn’t seem to have deterred the elite from being keen as Real Madrid are also reportedly showing an interest.

The 26 year old would be a higher profile world star already had he not been injured just before The World Cup in Brazil last year.

He has everything – pace, dribbling skill, passing ability and he scores loads of goals to boot.

Arsenal are, of course, well stocked with wingers, but Reus can play anywhere across the front line and when a player this good comes along he is difficult to turn down.

With him on one wing and Sanchez on the other Arsenal would literally tear teams apart.

Reus could also do a job at number 10 but he seems best suited to a wider role, where he can run at defences and cut inside to hit the ball.

He’s a very special talent who, we believe, could walk into any team in Europe – including Barcelona.

He’s got 9 goals in 25 games for Germany and a stunning 53 in 119 for Dortmund – amazing figures considering he usually plays wide.

Let’s take a look at the lad in action.

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