Tottenham are in advanced talks with Borussia Monchengladbach about signing forward Marcus Thuram, according to RMC Sport.
Thuram enjoyed another impressive campaign in Germany, scoring 11 times to go with his 12 assists in all competitions, with a number of eye-catching performances in the Champions League, including a brace against Real Madrid.
The 23-year-old is the son of former French international captain Lilian Thuram, and has been rewarded with his excellent form for Monchengladbach by being named in France’s squad for Euro 2020.
With Gareth Bale now unlikely to re-join following the appointment of Carlo Ancelotti at Real Madrid, and Lucas Moura and Erik Lamela both linked away, a winger will be one of Tottenham’s priorities this summer as they look to improve on their seventh-place finish.
And RCM Sport believe that Thuram, who’s been involved in 46 goals across the previous two seasons and can play both out wide and through the middle, is in discussions over a move to Spurs, with those talks reportedly progressing in recent days.