Marcus Thurin is headed to Inter Milan.
As his name suggests, Thurand is the son of legendary French defender Lilien Thurand. Unlike his father, who made a name for himself as a defender for Parma, Juventus, and the French national team, he chose to play in a position where he was more likely to find the opponent’s goal than stop the ball. Luckily, his father’s athleticism has made Thurin a threat to opposing defenses, as he stands over six feet tall and possesses tremendous speed온라인바카라.
He started his career as a winger, but his potential exploded last season after switching to a frontline role. Thurand played for Mönchengladbach in the German Bundesliga last season, scoring 13 goals and adding six assists in the league alone. The top scorer in the league, Werder Bremen’s Niklas Fulkru, scored 16 goals, so it’s clear that Thurand has the ability to score goals.
His performance last season attracted the attention of many clubs. Looking to step up to the next level, Thurin also pushed for a move. Instead of signing a new contract, he decided to become a free agent and leave the team, allowing him to weigh the offers of the teams that approached him.
Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), AC Milan, and RB Leipzig were the most likely destinations. It looked like it was going to be a two-horse race between PSG and Milan, but Inter Milan approached Thurman after he rejected their offer and succeeded in hijacking him.
Negotiations moved quickly, and Thurand accepted the offer. Fabrizio Romano, who works for the British newspaper The Guardian and is known for his expertise in the European transfer market, announced on his social media accounts on Thursday (June 24) that “Inter Milan have reached a verbal agreement with Toure. Thurand will earn between €6 million and €6.5 million a season. Inter are preparing to sign the contract over the weekend. “PSG, Leipzig and Milan have all been rejected,” said a source close to the player, adding that he is headed to Inter. He didn’t forget to add his signature “Here We Go” when the transfer was confirmed.
Toure is expected to fill the void left by the departure of Edin Dzeko and the uncertain future of Romelu Lukaku.