Borussia Dortmund have rejected rumours that forward Marco Reus is set for a summer transfer to Barcelona amid reports linking the injured Germany international with a switch to Camp Nou.
On Monday, the Spanish paper Sport reported that Reus and Barca have already agreed a deal on personal terms, with the Catalan club ready to splash out some 35 million euros on the 25-year-old.
Reus -- who will miss the World Cup after injuring his ankle against Armenia on Friday -- is under contract with Juergen Klopp's side until 2017, but reportedly has a 35 million-euro release clause in his contract which can only be triggered from 2015 onwards.
However, BVB sporting director Michael Zorc was quick to reject the rumours from Spain, with Bild reporting him as saying: "I can definitely rule out a transfer this summer."
In the past, Reus has reiterated that he is happy at his hometown club Dortmund, and is not currently thinking about leaving the Bundesliga runners-up.