Hero! Marco Reus: ‘I wish good luck to Lewa & Götze but Bayern will never have me. Money is not everything’
For bruised Borussia Dortmund fans – and disillusioned football fans in general – this awesome quote from Marco Reus will warm the cockles.
With confirmation of Robert Lewandowski’s defecting from Borussia Dortmund for all-conquering Bayern Munich last week, there’s a distinctly dystopian feel to the Bundesliga now, with many worried fans will simply lose interest.
If Bayern are simply going to hoover up every bit of rival’s talent – what’s the point of it all?
Well, fans of the Beautiful Game, don’t despair, there is one man who will never sell his soul for thirty pieces of silver.
Marco Reus has gone on record as saying,
‘I wish luck to Lewa and Gotze, but Bayern will never have me. Money is not everything.’
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