According to a report from England, Cristiano Ronaldo's new club in Saudi Arabia is said to be interested in signing Marco Reus.
As the "Daily Mail" reports, Al-Nassr FC is apparently dealing with the 33-year-old, whose contract with Borussia Dortmund expires at the end of the season and whose future has not yet been clarified.
The BVB managers around sports director Sebastian Kehl had announced that they would meet at the beginning of the year to talk about further cooperation. The national player has been under contract with BVB since 2012 and scored 156 goals in 368 competitive games. Due to an ankle injury, Reus had to withdraw from the World Cup in Qatar. Reus is currently preparing for the second half of the Bundesliga season with his team in the training camp in Marbella.
Al-Nassr made headlines last week when he signed Ronaldo. With Luka Modric (Real Madrid) and Sergio Ramos (Paris St.-Germain), other prominent names are circulating around the club.