Marcus Thuram from Borussia Mönchengladbach is apparently targeted by Inter Milan. That reports sky Italia.
After the departure of Romelu Lukaku and ongoing rumors of change about Lautaro Martinez, Inter Milan are looking for reinforcements in attack. One candidate could now be Thuram, who initially sat on the bench at the Bundesliga opener against FC Bayern. Meanwhile, the Nerazzurri have already announced the commitment of Edin Dzeko from AS Roma.
As reported by the Italian pay TV broadcaster, the Italian master is said to have contacted Thuram’s advisor Mino Raiola to explore the possibility of a change.
How Borussia would stand on a possible departure of the French is unclear.
Thuram switched from EA Guingamp to the foals in 2019 and still has a contract until 2023.
Marcus Thuram knows Italy from his youth
Thuram has so far played 81 Bundesliga games for Gladbach and scored 18 goals (15 assists).
Italy, on the other hand, is by no means a stranger to the 24-year-old. He was born in 1997 in Parma, when his father Lilian Thuram was still active for what was then AC Parma. The family later lived in Turin for a few years when the father played football for Juventus.