Borussia Dortmund manager, Peter Stoger has hailed Marco Reus as an indispensable player to any club, amid interest from Milan.
The Germany international has been plagued with injuries for most of his career, and made his return for Dortmund in February, after a lengthy time on the sidelines.
He scored in the 1-0 win Mochengladbach on Sunday, and despite his woes continues to attract interest from other teams.
“If he’s fit and well he is indispensable for any team,” Stoger said of the 28-year-old.
“We will do it the same way as we handled it last week. We speak to him constantly because he knows his body very well, because he knows how well he is, and because it is just as important to us as it is to him that he stays healthy.
“So we will decide soon how we manage his role. It was always in our minds [that he would be rested], but if he feels well, he is indispensable for this team.”