Marco Reus bids farewell to Dortmund following 12-year legacy with beloved childhood team

Marco Reus is set to depart Borussia Dortmund as a free agent after the season ends. He’s one of only three players to have appeared in more games for the club. Born and raised in Dortmund, Reus initially joined the youth ranks in 1995. He later played for other clubs before returning to Dortmund in 2012. Reus has made a total of 424 appearances for the club. His goal record ranks him just behind a player from the 40s and 50s. Throughout his time at Dortmund, Reus has won the DFB-Pokal twice and led the team as captain. He now aims to end his tenure with a successful outing at Wembley in June. The 34-year-old expressed his gratitude for his long-standing affiliation with the club. Despite some challenging times, Reus looks forward to finishing strong with the team. As he prepares for his departure, Reus seeks to focus on the remaining matches. He acknowledges the crucial role of the fans in achieving their goals. Recently, Reus appeared as a late substitute during Dortmund’s victory over PSG.

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