At Borussia Dortmund, Marco Reus is one of the longest serving players having joined the club in 2012. Reus has been off the pitch for a considerable period of time.
The 30-year-old player was injured in the muscle during their match against Werder Bremen in the quarter-finals of the DFB Cup. A condition that has since forced him out of the pitch from last month just few days before the outbreak of the deadly COVID-19.
Currently Marco Reus, the Dortmund captain is focusing on regaining his fitness with the view of holding on to his boots at BVB when the season gets back to normality at the end of coronavirus catastrophe.
At the moment, majority of world’s players are out of action, in conjunction with Germany’s Federal Ministry of Health directives, and they are taking all the necessary caution to avoid the Coronavirus.
The attacking midfielder interacted with his supports on social media platform. On his twitter account, he highlighted facts on his health and his urge to get back to work when the time comes.
In his post on twitter, he said “I’m completing my individual training program in the best way I can. I hope I can get back onto the pitch as time goes on. I can’t say when that will be yet though. Other than that, I am spending a lot of time with my wife and my daughter.”
“Thankfully everyone’s doing well. We stay at home the whole time. Our daughter makes sure we’re never bored though — she keeps us all in a good mood. But obviously we’re also keeping an eye on the situation. We all need to stick together — that goes for everyone. Stay at home!” He added in his subsequent post.
He also shed light on his unwavering love for BVB in his post. “Dortmund means an incredible amount to me. It was always my dream to play for this club, especially with these supporters. Both at home and away. Every match day is confirmation for me that BVB is the right club for me.”