German forward Marco Reus is about to miss another major tournament as he has been left out of Germany’s Euro 2016 squad due to Reus not being in his 100%.
According to Germany coach Joachim Low, Reus will be missing the Euro 2016 because of serious health problems, and that the Borussia Dortmund forward can only so far run a straight line during the training sessions.
Low also said that the medical staff could not yet give out a clear prognosis on Reus’ mysterious injury.
“The doctors are skeptical that he would be able to give his all in these demanding games at this demanding tournament in the coming weeks.” said Low.
However, it was later announced on Dortmund’s official website that Marco Reus was diagnosed with inflammation of the adductors.
Low expressed his concern over the forward and said that it is a bitter decision both for the team and for Reus to leave the forward out from the Euro 2016 because Reus would be a great asset for the team if he was in his best fit.
Reus was not also able to make it to the World Cup 2014 because of a partially torn ligament in his left ankle.
On the other hand, as Julian Brandt, Sebastian Rudy and Karim Bellarabi have been left out of the Germany squad 2016, Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger who has been in doubt since June because of his knee problem and Mats Hummels who has been suffering from a muscle fibre tear to his calf has been officially included in the squad, as both players were assured to get better from their injuries and be ready for the Euro 2016.
Photo courtesy: Twitter/ Marco Reus