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"He was definitely one of the reasons why I signed for Dortmund," said Reus, who spent three years with Klopp at Borussia Dortmund before the latter made an exit in 2015.
"It's important to be positive I think we'll come out of this situation." Reus: We can do impossible
Reus' availability has deeply influenced Dortmund's success, even though he has missed nearly half of the club's games in the past two and a half seasons.
The Poland forward nodded in a second before Reus levelled again with a stunning finish.
"The fact Toni Kroos put it away is just incredible," Reus said.
And Van Gaal's willingness to let promising prodigy Januzaj (above) join the German club is being seen as possible groundwork ahead of a bid for Reus, who signed a new four-year deal side back in February.
And now the report says Liverpool are clear to sign Reus with Dortmund set to sign Davy Klaassen from Ajax as a replacement.
Reus also received speeding tickets on five occasions before the authorities twigged to the fact he didn't have a licence.
Reus was fined [euro]540,000 (PS425,000) fine for all six driving offences, according to Dortmund prosecutor Barbara Vogelsang.
There is no question that Reus is one of the hottest players in Europe and the biggest clubs are keeping tabs on him.
Dortmund have been unwilling to do business and Reus (above) has now told the Bundesliga club that he wants to wait until the end of the season before talking about a new deal.
A native of Dortmund, Reus joined his hometown club, renowned for having one of Europe's most atmospheric arenas, in 2012.