Marco Reus is likely to miss Borussia Dortmund’s Champions League tie with Arsenal after picking up an injury that is likely to keep him out of action for the next month in Germany’s 2-1 Euro 2016 win against Scotland, as reported by the Metro.
The 25-year-old wing wizard was forced to receive significant treatment at the end of Germany’s game, and doctors have now confirmed that the forward will require four weeks of rehabilitation before he can return to action, taking him out of Dortmund’s clash with Arsenal.
Reus famously injured his ankle before Germany’s successful World Cup campaign, and there were fears that Charlie Mulgrew’s challenge had caused a recurrence of the injury that he suffered in a friendly against Armenia.
This should see him out of action for Dortmund’s home game against Arsenal on September 16, although he could yet make the return clash at the Emirates Stadium, meaning it’s not all good news for the Gunners faithful.
Reus has been consistently linked with a move to the Premier League this summer after it was revealed that his Dortmund contract will allow him to leave the German club for only £25 million next summer.