Borussia Dortmund’s Marco Reus continues to insist that a Premier League move isn’t on the cards, with his dedication fully on his current team.
Earlier in the season, the German international had a £20m release clause in his previous contract at BVB, but it was wiped out when he signed a new deal with the Bundesliga side in February.
During the course of last season, Reus were linked with several Premier League sides, including Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United. However, his commitment to Dortmund by signing that new contract signals the 26-year-old’s intent.
Since renewing however, Jurgen Klopp stepped down as manger at the club, with Ilkay Gundogan also looking to move on before the start of next campaign.
The Spanish media have been recently reporting that Real Madrid had their chance to sign Reus this summer, but didn’t exploit it.
But, the winger insists he has no regrets in pledging his future to the German side, telling Sport Bild: “I do not have any regrets.”
“Why would I regret my decision to sign a new deal? I thought about it for a long time before I signed a new deal.
“I still feel exactly the same about it.”