Marco Reus is facing an uncertain future at Borussia Dortmund, with his current contract expiring at the end of the season. However, there is seemingly no truth to rumours linking him with a return to Borussia Mönchengladbach.
The first half of the season ended in frustrating fashion for Marco Reus, as he found himself out of the Borussia Dortmund starting XI. But the 34 year old bounced back this past weekend with a goal off the bench against Darmstadt. Nonetheless, the future of the former BVB captain remains uncertain with less than six months left on his current contract.
BILD claimed on Tuesday that Borussia Mönchengladbach are considering making a move to sign Reus on a free transfer in the summer. But that report has since been rubbished by Sky Sport, who add that the attacking midfielder would not fit in with Gladbach's philosophy.
It remains to be seen if Reus will get a new contract at Borussia Dortmund, with talks between the two parties unlikely to begin until the closing stages of the current campaign. Sky Sport claim it cannot be ruled out that Reus will leave BVB this summer after 12 years at the club. However, his future at the club will depend on how he performs in the second half of the season.
Marco Reus has shown glimpses of his quality this season, and has six goals and three assists to his name in 23 appearances across all competitions so far. He said earlier this month in an interview with Sport1 that he is not thinking about his future at the moment, and his main focus right now is to help BVB get back on track.