Man United transfers: Danny Higginbotham discusses Marco Reus reports

Former Man United defender Danny Higginbotham says he would welcome Marco Reus at Old Trafford

Danny Higginbotham says he would welcome a deal to bring Marco Reus to Old Trafford after reports suggested Adnan Januzaj could join Borussia Dortmund on loan.

The Belgium international has been linked with a temporary move away from United after struggling to secure first-team football under Louis van Gaal.

The Red Devils were left frustrated in their bid to land Pedro Rodriguez after the Spain international completed a £21.1m move to defending Premier League champions Chelsea earlier this month.

And former United defender Higginbotham welcomed talk of an unlikely move to sign Reus as part of a deal that would see Januzaj join Dortmund on loan.

Reus has been heavily linked with Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and United over the past 12 months.

The Germany international has already scored six times in six games for Dortmund this season.

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Reus has netted 59 times in 158 games for BVB over the past four seasons.

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