Dortmund: Reus injury nothing serious
The Germany international has been troubled by
ankle problems in recent years but he is expected to
return to training later on Monday
Borussia Dortmund have soothed fears that Marco Reus
has suffered another serious ankle injury, insisting that his
latest knock is "nothing serious".
The Germany international pulled up in training on Monday,
sparking concern that a player who was forced to sit out
last year's World Cup was facing another lengthy spell on
However, Dortmund have promptly reassurred their fans
that there is nothing to worry about.
"Marco Reus has a slight ligament problem," read a post on
BVB's official Twitter account. "It's nothing serious."
In addition, coach Thomas Tuchel subsequently revealed
that the attacker should be fit to return to training later in the
Meanwhile, Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc has
admitted that the Bundesliga outfit are considering bringing
in a replacement for striker Ciro Immobile, who has been
allowed to join Sevilla on a season-long loan.
"We never said we will not sign another striker after selling
Ciro," he said. "We continue to discuss this."
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