Feared to be out of action until the end of the season, Marcus Thuram is still hoping to make a comeback before then.

The forward has already made it clear he will be leaving Borussia Mönchengladbach on a free in July, and with clubs such as Newcastle United interested, it’s triggered a lot of excitement. bring the latest on the situation on Friday, as they explain Inter Milan and AC Milan are still both after him, but have to make do with competition from Newcastle.

Not only that, but the player has yet to decide where he wants to go, because his prime focus is to recover as soon as possible from his injury and try to make a return before the end of the campaign.

This means Newcastle are still waiting for an answer, as the player is ‘always tempting’ for them, since he could add experience and talent for no transfer fee.

He is looking ‘for a project in which he can play a leading role’, meaning that’s something Eddie Howe will have to promise him if they want to stand a chance at signing him.

Back towards the end of March, it was said Newcastle were in pole position to land him, and with Champions League football seemingly a safe bet at St James’ Park next year, it could be all they need to seal the deal.

Either way, it’s also added he will ‘soon cast off his reservations about his future’, meaning we can expect some sort of answer in the near future.