Borussia Monchengladbach forward Marcus Thuram is set to change his representatives amidst interest from Inter and a host of other top European clubs.
According to SportItalia, the France international is ready to end his relationship with the agency of Mino Raiola as he enters the final six months of his contract with Gladbach and prepares for a move to a new club.
Thuram has made clear his intentions to leave Gladbach at the end of the season and Inter are reported to be extremely keen to bring him in on a free transfer in the summer, but may now need to negotiate with new representatives.
Indeed, it is expected that Thuram will hand over responsibility to his father, former Parma and Juventus defender Lilian, in order to facilitate the best move and contract from next season onwards.
Following the death of Mino Raiola, it is reported that there have been internal disputes within the agency and Thuram is set to be the latest high profile player to look elsewhere.