German magazine Kicker have an exclusive interview with Borussia Dortmund star Marco Reus today, and in the interview the forward categorically ruled out any move to Manchester United this summer.
Reus has yet to win a trophy with Jurgen Klopp’s men since returning to Dortmund in 2012, and constant chat in the British press has suggested the 24-year-old could move to Old Trafford.
Now Reus told Kicker, “I can definitely say that I will play for Dortmund next season. I don’t have to keep stressing how well I feel here.”
The midfielder also went on to make the following statements:
After playing 10 years in the youth here I had to go a step back via Ahlen and Mönchengladbach to make two steps forward. Now I am back in Dortmund and – again – I feel totally well here and have a contract until 2017.
[The German Cup] would be the first real trophy in my career, if you don’t count the Supercup last year.
I worked hard on myself when I was injured. In the past there were too many games where I went missing. I wanted to change that.
On playing in the #10 position, Reus said “I felt good on the left too but there are more situations you can influence in the middle.”
Finally, on the World Cup the BVB star had this to say:
It’s really the case that there are more negative than positive reports about the national team. I would like it if the media put more trust in us. If we don’t reach our goals in Brazil they could still have a go then.