Al-Nassr ‘want to partner Cristiano Ronaldo with Germany legend Marco Reus with Dortmund star out of contract in summer’ | The Sun

AL-NASSR are reportedly hoping to sign Marco Reus in a free transfer from Borussia Dortmund.

The Saudi Pro League side completed the signing of five-time Ballon d'Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo last week.

And now manager Rudi Garcia wants to add more European superstars to his ranks.

According to The Daily Mail, Al-Nassr chiefs are hoping to tempt Reus to Mrsool Park.

Reus, 33, has less than six months remaining on his existing contract with Borussia Dortmund.

The midfielder is currently understood to be considering his future at the club having spent the last 11 years at Signal Iduna Park.

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And Al-Nassr hope that he will follow in the footsteps of former Manchester United ace Ronaldo in moving to Saudi Arabia.

Reus re-joined Borussia Dortmund in 2012 – six years after initially leaving the club's academy.

He has since made 368 appearances for BVB, scoring 156 goals and assisting 118.

But a number of recurring injury issues have left him struggling for regular first team football over the past few years.

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The midfielder was ruled out of the World Cup in November due to an ankle injury and he is yet to return to action.

Reus is just one of many European players that have been linked with a move to Al-Nassr.

Eden Hazard, Luka Modric and Sergio Ramos have also been tipped to join the Saudi Pro League leaders.

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