Marco Reus, Dortmund star, one of the best footballer in Bundesliga even though many Bundesliga pundits believes he is the best in the league, but everyone has its own opinion, one thing for sure, Reus is the best in his club, Borrusia Dortmund, he is the player with the highest salary in the club.
Marco Reus Biography
Son of Thomas Reus and Manuela Reus. Marco Reus was Born in Dortmund on 31 May 1989 and raised in Dortmund too, Reus first club is SV Dortmund, he joined the youth ranks of Borussia Dortmund in 1996. Reus Profesional career began with Borussia Mönchengladbach. On 25 May 2009, he signed 4 years contract with the club, for the club he becomes top goal scores.
With the Mönchengladbach he doesn’t win any major trophy but his performance was impressive, his former club Borussia Dortmund want him back to them, and that happened he return to Dortmund on 4 January 2012 and signed a five years contract. Today, Reus as an attacking midfielder plays his role very well both for the German National Team and Borussia Dortmund. Reus is currently serving as Dortmund’s captain.
Marco joined German Under 21 on 11 August 2009, his first international appearance against Turkey U21 National Team in a friendly match that he won 2-1. In 2014 Reus has established himself as a regular member of German Senior Team, he represented german in the 2014 and 2018 FIFA World Cup and still part of the German main squad until now.
|Full Name:||Marco Reus|
|Born:||31 May 1989|
|Age:||30 Years Old|
|Salary:||€10,963,000 (Annual Salary)|
|Source of Wealth:||Professional Footballer (Soccer)|
In terms of Salary, Marco Reus is Dortmund’s highest-paid player, his annual salary €10,963,000 and his weekly wage is €210,827.
Reus is a married man, he married his girlfriend, a German model Scarlett Gartmann in 2019, together they had a child.
Marco Reus Famous Quotes
“I think if you’re not strong, in life or in football, not every day is going to be going up and seeing the sunshine.” – Marco Reus
“As top players, we earn a lot of money, but sometimes we pay a hefty price with our health. I would give away all the money to be healthy again, to be able to do my job. To do what I love: to play football.” – Marco Reus
“I think it’s important to be thinking about your personal life and your family not just when you’ve retired but also during your career.” – Marco Reus
“Football is an important part of my life, but not everything.” – Marco Reus