On June 9th, RMC Sport explained that Tottenham Hotspur have made Borussia Mönchengladbach star Marcus Thuram a priority target this summer.
Bild now claim the 23-year-old’s departure is ‘still possible’, even though there is no exit clause.
Max Eberl, the German club’s director of football has revealed no players in the current squad have a release clause attached to their contract.
It’s claimed Spurs’ interest in the France international is ‘on record’ with the Bundesliga side, even if his agent, Mino Raiola, decided not to talk about his client’s future.
His possibility of moving to the Tottenham ‘depends’ on Harry Kane’s future. Chelsea, Manchester City, and Manchester United are rumoured to be interested in the England international.
Mönchengladbach are ‘hoping’ Kane is sold, for big money, so that Spurs can invest part of the fee to sign Thuram. According to Bild, the former Guingamp man is valued between €40m and €45m.
The German club would also be hoping it doesn’t drag on a lot because they needs funds through player sales, to submit a new contract offer to Matthias Ginter.