Man City are the latest interested party in the Dortmund star.
Borussia Dortmund forward Marco Reus looks increasingly likely to leave his current club and Manchester City have joined fellow Premier League sides Arsenal and Liverpool in the chase, reports CaughtOffside.
Since Bayern Munich revealed that Reus has a £19.8m release clause that becomes active next summer Dortmund have been desperately trying to get their best player to sign a new contract.
However, their attempts have been in vain as the Germany international has now told the Bundesliga outfit that he will not discuss a new deal until the end of the 2014/15 season.
By that time his buyout fee will have become active and several of Europe’s top sides will be scrambling to convince Reus to join them.
It means that Jurgen Klopp may be forced into selling the 25-year-old in January in order to avoid losing the attacker for such a relatively low price at the end of the current campaign.
Both the Gunners and the Reds have been leading contenders for some time, but neither club would be able to compete with the financial clout that City would bring to the table.
Both current manager Manuel Pellegrini and predecessor Roberto Mancini looked into bringing Reus to the Etihad Stadium and the Citizens would be able to give the German a bumper contract in order to sweeten the deal.
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