German side Borussia Monchengladbach denied rumours which were linking star attacking midfielder Marco Reus with a possible January leave to Arsenal, Bayern Munchen or Manchester City.
According to sporting director Eberl, Gladbach is looking to improve on their position and even though no offers were received for Reus just yet, they don’t want to receive any either.
“There is no offer ” Gladbach’s director of sport Max Eberl told Sky television.
“It is obvious that the lad is interesting and he is playing a fantastic season and it is also obvious that he feels very, very happy with us.
“We have not received any enquiries and there would be no point in any arriving because we want to keep hold of the lad for a long time.”
Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger is one of the most interested managers in the world in Reus’ services and the club’s scouts have been seen at Gladbach’s matches throughout the season. The Frenchman is expected to submit a bid for the 22-year-old, but only if the deal for Mario Gotze fails to go through. What are your points of view on what the Professor should do?