Attacking all-rounder is not interested in a move to Bavaria, and is happy with his current situation. However, he also revealed his weakness for the GunnersBorussia Monchengladbach attacker Marco Reus has revealed that a transfer to Bayern Munich is not among his considerations at the moment, although he suggested he might one day be tempted to move to Arsenal.
The versatile 22-year-old has attracted interest from clubs both domestic and abroad, but insists that he is happy at Gladbach.
"I have everything I need. Here I have a great environment with great people with whom one can talk about things other than football," he told Der Westen.
When asked about his exit clause, Reus replied: "There is one...that I can leave in 2013 for a specific sum."
However, he refused to reveal the value of the release fee. A previous report suggested he would be free to leave in 2012 for €18 million, in 2013 for €15m, and in 2014 for €12m.
Reus went on to reveal his admiration to Arsenal.
"I think everyone has their favourite club from youth. And I was always a fan of Arsenal, because I appreciate the culture of their game."
When asked whether a move to Bayern is on his mind, he was quick to affirm his commitment to his current club, with whom his contract runs until 2015.
"No, as I said, I'm happy to play at Gladbach, and I'm not thinking about other things."
Since joining Gladbach from Rot Weiss Ahlen in 2009, Reus has made 70 Bundesliga appearances, scoring 21 goals and giving 15 assists. He has been called up to the senior Germany national team three times, but has yet to appear due to injuries.
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