Transfer summer window is the most interesting time of the preseason for football teams. The biggest clubs from Europe are trying to add more strength to their squads by buying the best players from smaller clubs.

According to the latest reports, Marco Reus can join Arsene Wenger’s team – Arsenal FC. The British club will look to Germany in their pursuit of attacking players this summer, but the north Londoners have received mixed reports about the availability of Marco Reus and Julian Draxler. Marco Reus is one of the best players in football, but his current form depends on his health. However, Arsene Wenger thinks that the German star is the player he needs to win anotherPremier League title this season.

Speculations are afoot that Marco Reus would like to change his current club, Borussia Dortmund, but after signing a four-year contract extension in February of this year, it seems that he will stay at Signal Iduna Park. Arsenal has been one of the most closely linked clubs entertaining the possibility of aReus transfer, but the player’s manager said that Marco is happy in Dortmund and he will stay there for another season.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has already had to deal with many injuries in his attacking roster over recent years, with Theo Walcott and Olivier Giroud among those to endure lengthy lay-offs of late. In the recent season Marco Reus made only 20 league appearances forBorussia Dortmund, but football experts believe he will have a very good campaign.

Arsenal decided to move their attention to Reus after they failed to land Karim Benzema this summer. According to reports in Spain, the Frenchman will not be leaving Real Madrid for any club this summer, including Arsenal. It’s understandable that Real would be reluctant to let Karim Benzema go. The striker is an all-around type player, who can do many things for a team.

According to football experts, even if Arsenal doesn'tland a striker, they can still be a big contender in the Premier League title race this season.

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