Los Angeles Galaxy wants to reunite the duo that caused a sensation at Dortmund

With Marco Reus practically secured, the American team dreams of convincing Robert Lewandowski to move to the MLS.

Los Angeles Galaxy wants to reunite the duo that caused a sensation at Dortmund
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Los Angeles Galaxy, a team in Major League Soccer (MLS), the North American soccer league, wants to sign a duo that caused a sensation together at Borussia Dortmund between 2012 and 2014.

According to the American edition of the newspaper AS, Robert Lewandowski, the Barcelona striker, is currently the great dream of the "Galactics," as Marco Reus, who just left Borussia Dortmund after representing the German club for 12 consecutive seasons, is already close to being signed. The prospect of reuniting Reus and Lewandowski is seen as a strategic move to bolster the Galaxy's attacking options and create a formidable offensive partnership reminiscent of their successful period at Dortmund.

The 35-year-old Polish striker, who scored 26 goals for the Blaugrana this season, has also been linked with interest from José Mourinho's Fenerbahçe. Despite this, the Galaxy remain optimistic about their chances of landing Lewandowski, leveraging the appeal of MLS and the potential for him to play alongside his former teammate, Reus.

Reus's potential signing is seen as a major coup for the Galaxy, given his experience and skill set, which could significantly enhance the team's performance. The Galaxy management is reportedly working diligently to finalize the deal, hoping that Reus's presence will entice Lewandowski to make the switch to MLS.

This ambitious plan underscores the Galaxy's intent to compete at the highest level in MLS and attract top-tier talent from European football. If successful, the reunion of Reus and Lewandowski could become one of the most exciting narratives in the league, drawing significant attention from fans and media alike.