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Transfer Balls: Marco Reus wants Chelsea, gets Arsenal, loves Manchester United and signs for Real Madrid

by | 31st, January 2015

Transfer Balls: The Daily Express says:

Arsenal leading Man Utd and Chelsea in race for Marco Reus

Which clubs are in the chase?

ARSENAL are leading Manchester United and Chelsea in the race to sign Borussia Dortmund’s Marco Reus.

Anthony Chapman writes:

Reus has also been attracting interest from the likes of Bayern Munich and Real Madrid, but reports claim that the player has his heart set on a move to the Premier League.

Which reports? None are mentioned:

It is also believed that Reus is eyeing up a move to the Emirates over Old Trafford and Stamford Bridge due to his admiration for Arsene Wenger.

Believed?

On January 28, the Express had other news on Reus:

BORUSSIA DORTMUND’S move for Andre Schurrle will enable Chelsea to close a deal for Juan Cuadrado this month and could pave the way for Marco Reus to join Manchester United, Arsenal or Liverpool.

Dortmund never bid for Schurrle, who has moved to Wolfsburg.

On Janaury 23, Anthony Chapman reported for the Express :

 

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Marco Reus is closing in on a move to Real Madrid. The Chelsea, Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool target has been passed fit via an in-depth medical report to complete a £20m move at the end of the season.

If anyone still believes a word the Express writes about Marco Reus, they can deal with some other previous reports in the ‘World’s Greatest Newspaper’.

Reus wants Chelsea!

 

 

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Chelsea to land Reus!

 

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Manchester Untited to get Reus. Arsenal miss out. Chelsea nowhere!

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