Marco Reus, Captain of the Football Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund, wants to keep Erling Haaland in the team of table seconds.

If the 21-year-old Norwegian would ask him for advice, he would say, “Stay with us, here you have everything you need to develop yourself. Here he can play Champions League, shoot gates, to make a maximum of gentleness,” Reus said in the interview of the “picture on Sunday”.

Haaland, who could leave the BVB in the end of June 2024 before expiration of his contract at the end of June 2024 for a transfer fee of € 75 million in this summer, is courted by European top clubs. “He must ultimately decide himself what best suits him for him. It would be very, a pity if he was going, but even then it would go on and we would find solutions as a collective again.”

Reus himself can imagine an extension of his until 2023 contract and even the end of the career in Dortmund. “Yes,” said the national player.

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“The BVB is my club, Dortmund my hometown and I would like to finish my career here.” The 32-year-old Reus has been playing in Dortmund for almost ten years.