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Real Madrid inch closer to signing Marco Reus

According to German newspaper Bild, Bayern Munich will not try to sign him.

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Real Madrid could be getting closer to signing a new Galáctico this summer, as Bayern Munich have reportedly decided not to try to sign Marco Reus this summer. The news comes from the German newspaper Bild, who usually have good information about Bayern Munich, so it would be natural to think this is true, something that would leave Real Madrid as the main candidate to become Reus' team next season.

Bild also report that the 25-year-old striker will not make a decision until March, as he will only focus on regaining his best form after his injury and help Borussia Dortmund to abandon the relegation spots in the Bundesliga and to do a good job in the Champions League knock-out rounds. The evident drop in Borussia Dortmund's level this season almost rules out the possibility of a contract extension, and Cuadrado's almost confirmed move to Chelsea makes it even clearer that Marco will live in Madrid next season.

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