Borussia Dortmund conduct manager Peter Stoger has heaped regard on Marco Reus, insisting a winger is an useful partial of a patrol when fit.
The 28-year-old missed a infancy of a deteriorate due to a ruptured cruciate vinculum and has usually recently returned to Dortmund’s starting line-up, starring in a victories over Hamburger SV and VfL Borussia Monchengladbach.
Stoger is gay to see a bar captain behind in a fray, though stays clever about handling his diversion time to safeguard another damage doesn’t occur.
— Mario Götze ⭐️️ (@MarioGoetze) 11 Feb 2018
“If he’s fit and good he is indispensable for any team,” Stoger told a press. “We will do it a same approach as we rubbed it final week.
“We pronounce to him constantly since he knows his physique really well, since he knows how good he is, and since it is only as critical to us as it is to him that he stays healthy.
“So we will confirm shortly how we conduct his role. It was always in a minds [that he would be rested], though if he feels well, he is indispensable for this team.”
Dortmund will transport to Italy to take on Atalanta in a second leg of their Europa League round-of-32 tie on Thursday.