Borussia Mönchengladbach’s Marcus Thuram is considered one of the most highly-rated strikers in the Bundesliga. In recent times, he has been linked with a plethora of clubs, including Bayern Munich.
Speaking to L’Équipe, the forward, currently third in the list of leading goalscorers in the top division of German football, admitted that he would not be thinking too far into the future, while also acknowledging that Bayern are a very big club. When asked whether he could see himself at Bayern in the next two or three years, the 25-year-old Frenchman said:
“I don’t project myself that far. My plan is to train tomorrow (with Mönchengladbach).”
“Bayern are a very big club. But it is really day by day for me. What would be the point of projecting myself three years ahead? My ambition is to become the best player possible. So, if I want to become the best Marcus possible, it’s tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, not in two years.”
Thuram was linked with a move to Nice in the summer transfer window of 2022. But according to the player, there were more clubs interested in securing his services. But despite the interest in the market, the Parma-born marksman decided to stay put at the Borussia-Park. As reported recently, Bayern are considering signing the former Guingamp man on a free transfer next summer as his contract with the German club expires in June 2023.
GFFN | Jyotirmoy Halder