Having the rating on the transfer market, Marcus Thuram would be likely to escape Pablo Longoria. A former Ligue 1 player, in the person of Allan Saint-Maximin, is planning to jeopardize the OM president’s plans for the France striker by luring him to Newcastle.
Marcus Thuram saw his rating increase in the transfer market during the World Cup in Qatar in the transfer market. Under contract with the Borussia Monchengladbach until next June only, the versatile striker of theFrench team could bounce to theOm. At least that would be the President’s wish. pablo Longoria. However, while the Magpies achieve a great first half of the season (3rd in the Premier League standings), The Sun claimed that the leaders of Newcastle planned to invest in the transfer market this winter and in particular for Marcus Thuram.
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Passed by Ligue 1, Saint-Maximin wants to play alongside Thuram in Newcastle
Since 2019, allan Holy–Maximin breaks out in the north of England where he is the figurehead of Newcastle. Number 10 of Magpies has never shunned his pleasure to wear the tunic of the resident of the Premier League and invited his French compatriot Marcus Thuram to live the experience in England at his side during an interview granted to The Shields Gazette.
“I’ll be honest, I talked to him”
“He’s a great player and I hope we get the chance to bring him here (to Newcastle). Yeah, I’ll be honest, I talked to him. For me, he is a great player. I know him since a long time. I played football with him when I was very young. I know his whole family. He has wonderful parents. He’s an amazing guy.” confided the former player of theAS Monacoof the’ASSEof Bastia and of theOGC Nice in comments reported by Foot Mercato. LOM knows what to expect for Marcus Thuram.
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