Borussia Mönchengladbach (Germany) interest in striker Marcus Thuram (25) is hot. As his contract expires at the end of this season, interest is so focused that the club that takes him is the winner as much as he can sign without paying a transfer fee.
German media ‘Sport 1’ said on the 3rd (Korean time), “Thuram’s contract with Borussia Mönchengladbach will expire in the upcoming summer. It is now certain that he will leave.” “Many clubs across Europe are looking forward to signing him. I want it, and it will be a hot sale for the next few months.”
It has been confirmed that Thuram will leave Borussia Mönchengladbach on June 30 as the contract renewal that has been going on since last year finally broke down. As much as he is a free agent (FA) that can be recruited without paying a penny in transfer fees, he is receiving ‘love calls’ from all over the place.
According to actual reports, he is receiving interest from Bayern Munich (Germany), Atletico Madrid (Spain), Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur (more England), Juventus and Inter Milan (more Italy). In addition, there are more clubs such as Arsenal and Chelsea (above England) that are connected. 바카라사이트
As of now, regardless of Thuram’s salary and bonuses, as much as he wants to play on the ‘stage of stars’, it is highly likely that a club that can meet the conditions will be his next destination. ‘Sport 1’ added, “Whether or not to participate in the UEFA Champions League (UCL) next season will be decisive in negotiating.”
Thuram, famous as the son of legendary defender Lilian Thuram (51), who represented the past ‘Louble Legion’, made his professional debut at Sochaux (France) in 2015. He then went through Guengang (France) and wore the Borussia Mönchengladbach uniform last summer of 2019. He has 41 goals and 26 assists in 121 career games so far.
Especially his performance this season is amazing. He has been steadily accumulating offensive points by posting 13 goals and 4 assists while playing 19 official matches. As a result, he was called by Didier Deschamps (54), the French national football team coach, and was named in the final list for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, and served as a replacement member from the group stage to the final.