Borussia Dortmund want away player, Marco Reus have popped up in Chelsea’s transfer list and are reportedly planning a £20 million assault bid for the player whom Chelsea have considered an option for replacing Andre Schurrle, reports claim.
The news is pronounced following Schurrle’s increasing uncertainty over his future and the Blues’ are reported to be looking at a replacement for the German player who is yet to play a full 90 minutes for the English club.
Reports also suggest that Schurrle who has been substituted at half time in four games is becoming increasingly frustrated with the manager’s decision and Chelsea will now move to table a £20 million bid for Dortmund’s striker, Marco Reus, in order to activate his release clause.
Chelsea are reported to not only acquire the signature of Reus but also that of Fiorentina’s winger, Juan Cuadrado who has been linked to Manchester United for a long time.
Marco Reus, who has long been linked with Real Madrid may now head to England after Chelsea are announced to be planning a surprise January move to acquire, alongside Cuadrado. Real Madrid and Manchester United are also reported to be monitoring the situation of closely.
Schurrle, however, is determined to fight for his position and his future at the club. The German declared; “Of course I want to be on the pitch as much as possible and score goals for my club.
“In a team like Chelsea with many top players you have to prove yourself again and again. Such an illness throws you back a few weeks.”
Despite this, Schurrle is reported not to fit into Jose Mourinho’s first team plans and will move to see Reus and Caudrado at the Stamford Bridge.
Though Reus appear to be Madrid bound but Chelsea’s intends to trigger his release clause in order to divert the striker’s attention away from the Bernabeu while Manchester United and Arsenal are reported monitoring the Borussia Dortmund star.
Schurrle’s future remains however uncertain as to how he fits into Mourinho’s plans and with his increasing frustrations. It remains to be seen if he will remain at the club for long.