Inter are ready to offer Borussia Monchengladbach forward Marcus Thuram a contract worth €10 million per season, before bonuses, as they fight off competition for his signature.

According to, and as reported by, the Nerazzurri are determined to land the France international when his Gladbach contract expires in the summer, and are willing to take advantage of the growth decree to offer a salary of €10m gross per season.

Thuram would also bolster his income through performance-related bonuses, with Inter prepared to make him one of the highest paid players as he would join on a free transfer.

The Nerazzurri have been monitoring the 25-year-old for two years and are keen to hold off interest from AC Milan and Juventus in Serie A, La Liga leaders Barcelona, and numerous Premier League clubs, for his signature.

Indeed, Inter opened up talks with Thuram and his representatives in October and November, whilst these negotiations continued throughout the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, as the forward was part of the France squad that lost in the final.

Thuram joined Gladbach from Guingamp in 2019 and has scored 41 goals in 122 appearances.