In Germany's quarterfinal match of the Euros against Greece, Marco Reus got to start in the right wing position that Tomas Müller usually plays in. It was a chance for him to prove himself. He managed to do so by scoring one of the four goals of the match.
While commentating for the French TV station TF1, Arsène Wenger had nothing but positive words to describe the German forward.
By the looks of it, he probably would have considered signing the player. However, it would be too late, as Reus already agreed on a deal to leave Borussia Mönchengladbach and join Borussia Dortmund.
But if Arsenal had actually managed to sign Marco Reus, he would have benefited the Gunners greatly. Here are seven reasons why the German star would have flourished at Arsenal.