Marco Reus to RB Leipzig?  Max Eberl unpacks about explosive meetings

The Marco Reus personnel is currently causing a stir at Borussia Dortmund. The BVB captain’s contract expires at the end of the season. That means Reus could leave the club on a free transfer in the summer.

Recently, there was a lot of speculation about a possible move from Marco Reus to RB Leipzig. A meeting between Reus consultant Dirk Hebe and Leipzig’s new sports boss Max Eberl fueled the rumors at the weekend. Now Eberl has clarified the matter himself.

Marco Reus: That’s the thing about the Leipzig rumors

Will Marco Reus stay or will he really leave Borussia Dortmund after eleven years? The fact is: the BVB captain’s contract is about to expire. Many doors are open to him in the summer. Reus would be available on a free transfer. That makes him attractive for many clubs. Despite being prone to injury, the 33-year-old still has a lot of quality.

In the BVB training camp in Marbella, Reus himself left his future open and emphasized that he had to think about the contract situation. Reus did not express any concrete intentions to change, instead referring to his advisor Dirk lever – and it was he who caused a stir with a spicy meeting.

Eberl confirms meeting with lever: “It’s true”

After his visit to the Manchester derby, Hebe was in the stands last Friday (January 20) during the game between RB Leipzig and FC Bayern Munich. The day after there was also a private meeting with Max Eberl. This was confirmed by the new boss of RB Leipzig.

“It’s true that Dirk lever was in the stadium. It’s also true that we met the next day – but we just saw each other again after a long time. We drank coffee, we didn’t talk much about players,” said Eberl shortly before the Leipzig guest appearance at Schalke on Sky.

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Reus to Leipzig? Eberl says so

And the rumors about Marco Reus? “There’s nothing wrong with that,” Eberl explained. Due to the connection to him and RB coach Marco Rose, the speculation would not surprise him. Basically, you think about free transfer players. According to Eberl, Leipzig is probably not interested in Reus.

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