Borussia Dortmund superstar Marco Reus has tipped Bayern Munich to dominate the Bundesliga this season. The German international, speaking to German sports magazine Kicker, said 'It will be all about Bayern Munich again in the Bundesliga, even if they weren't crowned champions in 2007 and 2011 the season after a World Cup.Reus also spoke of his current club Borussia Dortmund, adding that his club will need to be more consistent this season:
'As for Dortmund, we will have to ensure we don't drop as many points again as we did halfway through last season.
'We did very well at the start of the campaign and toward the end, but were not at the same level halfway through the season.'
While he is the epicentre or transfer rumours for many clubs, the Dortmund number eleven stated he is happy with Dortmund. In the last two seasons fellow German international Mario Gotze left for Bayern and so did Polish striker Robert Lewandowksi, the latter leaving at the end of his contract.
'I can only repeat what I have already said before. I am very happy to be playing for Dortmund,' said the 25-year-old who missed Gerrmay's World Cup triumph with an ankle injury.
'My main objective for now is to get back to peak fitness. Everything else isn't important for me at the moment.'
The twenty five year old made thirty appearances in the German league last season and hit the back of the net sixteen times and earned thirteen assists.
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