Borussia Dortmund captain and forward Marco Reus admits that he may consider moving to Saudi Arabia during his career.
The veteran, who has spent over a decade at Signal Iduna Park is into the final few months of his current contract and will become a free agent this summer if no fresh terms are agreed with the Bundesliga heavyweights.
Amidst speculations surrounding the 33-year-old’s future, he admits he has yet to decide where to play, but he is prepared to consider all options before making a decision on his move.
Reus told BILD: “Of course you look ahead. I only have six months left on my contract. I think if you didn’t think about it, that would be wrong too.”
Speaking of Al-Nassr, Reus’ agent Dirk Lever said: “It’s quite normal that other clubs are interested in a player like Marco, whose contract expires in six months.
“Marco has always emphasized how much BVB is important to him, but also that he wants to keep playing football. So it’s quite normal for us to look at other options.”
The German international has made 368 appearances for Dortmund, having joined from Borussia Monchengladbach in 2012, with 156 goals recorded along the way. Those tallies would have been even higher were it not for an unfortunate string of serious injuries suffered during his time at Dortmund.