German midfielder Borussia Dortmund Marco Reus will not play at Euro 2020. The German decided to give himself time to recover.
“After a difficult, exhausting and, fortunately, successful season, I decided not to go to the European Championship together with the coach of the national team. This decision was very difficult for me, because I am proud of the chance to play for my country. But after a very busy year for me and Borussia I made the decision to give my body time to recover.
I will take advantage of the break to prepare myself optimally for the new season! I wish Joachim Löw and our team all the best for the European Championships. I will support the team as a fan and keep my fingers crossed, “midfielder Marco Reus wrote in his Intagram.
Marco Reus has played 31 Bundesliga games this season, scoring 7 goals and 6 assists.
Previously, Marco Reus overtook Lewandowski to become Borussia D’s top scorer in the Champions League.