Inter are set to offer Borussia Monchengladbach forward Marcus Thuram a four-year contract to try and snap up his signature ahead of Bayern Munich.

This according to Italian broadcaster SportMediaset, via FCInterNews, who reported this afternoon that the Nerazzurri are planning to meet with the 25-year-old’s agent today in Qatar where they will make their offer for the January transfer window.

Inter are keen to get a deal done as soon as possible to sign Thuram considering that Bayern are also very much in the hunt for the Frenchman.

Towards this end, the Nerazzurri are planning to try and sign the 25-year-old in January for a fee rather than waiting until he is available on a free transfer during the summer transfer window.

Gladbach would want a fee of around €10 million to let Thuram leave in January, which Inter could afford through a sale of Robin Gosens, who remains a target for Bayer Leverkusen.

Inter will meet with Thuram’s representatives shortly to offer four-year contract, according to Mediaset.