Hoffenheim sports chief Lutz Pfannenstiel can see Borussia Dortmund midfielder Marco Reus moving abroad, with Chelsea heavily linked.
Pfannenstiel says Bayern Munich will face stiff competition for the midfielder, as Chelsea are seemingly keen on making some kind of move in the coming months.
As quoted on the Daily Mirror website, he said: “I think every Bundesliga club would love to have a player like Reus in their team, not just as a player but also as a valuable member of the squad. At this moment in time there is no other player in the Bundesliga who is a complete as him in his position. As director of scouting at Hoffenheim I look around the league for players all the time, and he’s not just out of our league – he’s a different stratosphere sometimes.
“For clubs like Manchester City, Barcelona or Chelsea, €25million for a player of Reus’ class is peanuts and Bayern will face big competition to secure the players services.”