Marcus Thuram, a standout for France, is now free to start pre-contract negotiations with other teams since his term with Borussia Monchengladbach expires in the summer. Manchester United is keeping a careful eye on this situation.
As he continues his spectacular rebuilding project at Old Trafford, United manager Erik ten Hag is reportedly considering Thuram as one alternative.
Unless one of his four “dream clubs,” Bayern Munich, Internazionale, Manchester United, or Paris Saint-Germain, makes a bid in the January transfer window, the 25-year-old will remain at Gladbach for the remainder of the season, according to Bild.
Thuram aspires to assist Gladbach in advancing to the Europa League and contending for the Bundesliga’s top scorer award. He has scored 10 goals so far this season, trailing just Christopher Nkunku of RB Leipzig (12).