Marcus Thuram informed the Paris Saint-Germain hierarchy that he will not be joining the club this summer.
The France international Thuram’s contract with Borussia Mönchengladbach ended, making him a free agent.
According to L’Équipe, he has had many discussions with the Parisian club and is highly susceptible to a move to PSG. Les Parisiens gave Thuram the most lucrative contract available.
Marcus Thuram (25) has notified the Paris Saint-Germain hierarchy that he will not be joining the club this summer.
But the club’s medium-term difficulties, particularly the ambiguity surrounding the management position, has an impact on Thuram’s decision.
The Frenchman, who presently plays for Didier Deschamps, need assurances and commitments in order to progress and improve.
Although it is probable that Luis Enrique will take over as manager at Parc des Princes, it is unclear how Thuram would fit in under the Spanish coach, and the former Borussia Mönchengladbach attacker doesn’t want to jeopardize his spot on the Les Bleus ahead of Euro 2024.
Thuram has so notified PSG that he will not join with the club. The Italian media has consistently linked him with a move to Milan, so a decision on his future is unavoidable.