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Marcus Thuram Inter-discussion agreement in QATAR

Marcus Thuram

According to sources, Inter met for the first time with Marcus Thuram’s group yesterday outside of the World Cup in Qatar. With an eye on the January transfer window, the Nerazzurri sent vice president Javier Zanetti and sports director Piero Ausilio to Qatar to personally speak with the 25-year-old Frenchman and his representatives.

Thuram’s Borussia Monchengladbach contract expires at the end of the current campaign, and a cheap contract might be offered to sign him. The first formal discussions between Inter and Thuram’s team occurred yesterday, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, revealing that the Frenchman was open to moving to Lombardy but also that he wasn’t in a rush to leave Germany.

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The 25-year-old French forward is valued at around €10 million by Borussia Monchengladbach, which presents a slight challenge for the Nerazzurri even though they intend to make a move in January.

Thuram has played in 17 games in all competitions this season, scoring 13 goals and dishing out four assists.

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Manchester United is also interested in signing forward Borussia Monchengladbach.

Rudy Galetti said that the Red Devils are very interested in the player and are keeping an eye on the circumstances around him. In the past two years, Thuram’s career has experienced a dramatic upswing. Due to his negative attitude and fears about injuries, many people in Germany wrote him off.

Thuram put in the effort, and now he is receiving the rewards. He has 13 goals this season for Gladbach in 17 appearances in all competitions. The Frenchman, who is in excellent shape, has fought his way into the World Cup roster for his country.

He is an enticing alternative for Man United due to his quickness and movement inside the box. Thuram might add the dynamism Erik ten Hag’s team needs in the final third.

When playing at Gladbach, former manager Marco Rose discussed Thuram:

“Marcus is a footballer who benefits greatly from his physique and stature. Nevertheless, he’s also a fine technician who can always deal with situations in tight spaces. Marcus is far from the end of his development. There’s a lot more to come from him.”

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