Real Madrid had a shambolic display during their last match against Valencia, as they were defeated 4-1 at Santiago Bernabéu Stadium on Sunday, placing the Los Blancos at the 4th position of La Liga standing table with 16 points.
During last summer, Real Madrid didn't sign a single player, while they sent some players off, including Sergio Reguilon, James Rodriguez, Achraf Hakimi among others. However, Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane could sign 23-year old French star I'm January.
According to a report, Madrid are linked with 23-year old Borussia Monchengladbach forward who is believed to be the son of France football legend Lilian Thuram.
23-year old Marcus Thuram will be a perfect replacement for 32-year old Benzema who is moving close to the twilight years of his football career, as he is likely to be a long-term successor for Benzema if Real Madrid could sign him in January.
However, the Spanish giants, Real Madrid needs to battle with Barcelona, Liverpool and Man City who are also rumored to be interested in signing Marcus recently. Meanwhile, Marcus Thuram is valued at €32m.
Marcus has shone at Borrussia Monchengladbach during this current campaign, scoring 3 goals and providing 5 assists in 10 matches he has played so far.
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