Mats Hummels is apparently not yet sure whether he will wear the Borussia Dortmund shirt again next season. It is said to be different with Marco Reus. This is from a report by WAZ out.
The contracts of Hummels and Reus expire at the end of the season – in the future, according to the report, they could take different paths.
Hummels would therefore hesitate with a decision as to whether he would even sign a potential offer from BVB to extend his contract. The central defender is said to be tempted to go abroad in the autumn of his career. The 34-year-old has so far only played professionally in the Bundesliga (FC Bayern and Borussia Dortmund).
Since the World Cup in Qatar, Hummels has usually had to be content with a place on the substitutes’ bench, as Nico Schlotterbeck and Niklas Süle are currently in central defence. Nevertheless, it was enough for 187 minutes in the Bundesliga and a game against VfL Bochum in the DFB Cup over the full distance.
According to information from sports1 there should also be considerations at Hummels that he ends his career in the USA. The self-confessed US sports fan is said to be thinking about an engagement in the MLS, but no specific clubs were mentioned in the report.
BVB: Marco Reus is probably aiming to stay
Reus should be loud WAZ on the other hand, aim to stay. The Dortmund captain would be reluctant to leave the club. However, it remains unclear whether the 33-year-old will be offered a contract.
Managing Director Hans-Joachim Watzke recently told the newspaper: “We will have contract talks with both players and then see what happens. In both cases it is completely open.”
Sports director Sebastian Kehl last had in ZDF-Sportstudio spoke of a “clear trend”, but avoided a concrete statement.