Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Arsenal target Marco Reus has extended his contract at Borussia Dortmund until 2019.
Reus had been linked with clubs all over Europe for the last few months, but has now put pen to paper to stay at Dortmund.
The 25-year-old tweeted the news of his extension saying, "He all, I am happy to tell you that I have extended my contract until 2019."
The German’s previous contract ran out at the end of 2017, but had a release clause that could have been be activated at the end of this season. This clause has reportedly been deleted from his new deal.
Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke confirmed yesterday that Reus had been offered a new deal, and admitted that the ball was in the player’s court.
“We have put all our cards on the table, the ball is now in Marco’s field,” Watzke told media, as quoted by the Daily Mail.
“We have our limits, and Marco knows that.”
Reus has made 72 apperances for Dortmund, scoring 34 goals and assisting a further 25.
German publication Kicker also claim Dortmund will not put any buyout clauses into player contracts in future.
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