On the shoulders of newcomer Erling Haaland rest the hopes of the BVB fans and the managers of the football league Borussia Dortmund fer the rack round. Now Captain Marco Reus has reported on his first impressions of the St-rmer-Star.
“I think since Lewy [Robert Lewandowski/d.Red.] We don’t have a player like that anymore. It gives us the ability to be more flexible, to respond to different game types. That gives us a good feeling,” Reus told Sky Sport.
But the young Norwegian now mass “get healthy and get everyone right” This also applies the other way around: “We also measure on him, on his st-rken, but that will all come about over time.”
Haaland is a “very open guy.” The time he needs will give him the team, Reus is sure and is already happy to start with the attacker: “He just gives other input, another way we can play.”
With Haaland there are now “new options to play long Bélle”. “In football, it’s important to be flexible and that’s what we’ve created.” The club does not need any more players in the winter.
“If you look at the team, is the person even more of a qualit? We measure it on the pitch show, because the team gives it everything. That’s not the end of it,” Reus said. “We now have a very good sturker on this and with it new options. So we’re in a good position.”
Reus was championship with BVB preferring a CL triumph
The big goal remains the capiton the championship – even before a measly win of the Champions League or a success in the DFB-Pokal. “Because [die Meisterschaft] in my opinion is simply a special title and it is just quite wister to celebrate such a title with the fans and this team in Dortmund. That’s the dream,” the midfielder said.
He said the chance was “as realistic as it was at the beginning of the season.” The 30-year-old hopes that BVB can start another race. “There are a lot of teams up there who play a role. I wasn’t saying we had everything in our hands, but we’re definitely capable of hitting back.’
Reus himself will be in the middle of the action for the round opener on 18 January at FC Augsburg. “Yes, of course, if the coach wants to stand up and puts me up, I’m naturally available,” the national player said. The offensive man only completed parts of the team training in Marbella, Spain, on Thursday after a muscle fiber tear.