Marco Reus is probably the most exciting player to watch in the Bundesliga at the moment—yes, even ahead of team mate Mario Gotze. His numbers for Monchengladbach last year were outstanding, 21 goals and 10 assists in all competitions, and Jurgen Klopp has replaced the departed Shinji Kagawa with a player who is arguably better. There’s a reason that Bayern Munich fought so hard with Dortmund for Reus’ signature last season, but it also tells you a lot about Dortmund that they were able to win the race for the former Gladbach attacker. Reus rejoined his former team in Dortmund, where he was dismissed from their youth academy at an early age for being too small. But his return has seen him score 5 goals already this season and terrorise Manchester City in the Champions League. There should be no concern over his frame, and he can play right across the attacking line for any team. His pace and versatility was a key reason for Gladbach’s good form last season. Despite being a recent arrival at his boyhood club, he’d be a pleasure to watch in the Premier League.