Marco Reus has been tipped by Germany legend Franz Beckebauer to leave Borussia Dortmund next summer, with Manchester United a possible destination, Metro reports.
The German winger has been heavily linked with a move to several of Europe’s top sides, with Premier League duo Man United and Liverpool both closely keeping tabs on the player.
Reus appears set to stay at Dortmund this summer, but Beckenbauer believes it won’t be long before the 25-year-old makes the switch away from the Westfalenstadion.
The 1974 World Cup winner told Germany publication Bild: “‘I can imagine him at Bayern very well.
“If you can get a player of his class, you need to try it.
“I am sure: if he doesn’t go to Bayern in 2015, he will probably go to another big international club such as Real Madrid or Manchester United.
“Dortmund are unlikely to be able to hold on to him.”
Beckenbaur, now the president of Bayern Munich, seemed to hint his club would make a move for Reus next summer, when his £20million release clause is activated.