- Borussia Dortmund have told Chelsea that striker Marco Reus will cost them £70 million
- Chelsea coach Antonio Conte has been monitoring the German international since 2016
- Conte wants Marco Reus to be part of Chelsea's attackers next season
German club Borussia Dortmund have reportedly told Premier League club Chelsea that they will have to pay £70 million to have the chance of luring star striker Marco Reus to Stamford bridge next season.
According to the report, it was stated that Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has been monitoring the forward since the start of the ongoing season in Europe, and the Italian would want to work with the 27-year-old German international.
There are still reports that Spanish striker Diego Costa could leave the Blues at the end of the Premier League season and might be going to the Chinese Super League.
Conte wants a versatile forward who will be helpful to his attack next term in the UEFA Champions League, and believes Marco Reus is the potential candidate.
Chelsea coach Antonio Conte is on the verge of winning the Premier League title in his first season with the Blues, and the club's owner Roman Abramovich could release the money to get Marco Reus.