Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United are set to battle it out for Marcus Thuram – the son of French World Cup winner Lilian.
Thuram Jr, 21, has hit 10 goals in 17 appearances this season for Guingamp and his form hasn’t gone unnoticed.
The young forward scored the winner for the Ligue 1 basement side in a shock win over Paris-Saint Germain in the French Cup last week.
The Premier League trio all reportedly sent scouts to check on him at the weekend against Saint-Etienne.
And Thuram came in for praise, despite the fact his side fell to a 12th league defeat of the season.
The former France Under-20 international joined Guingamp from Sochaux in July 2017.
Thuram Jr still has a long way to go to live up to his father’s legacy.
Father Lilian won the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000 with Les Bleus during his 142 international appearances.
Now 47, the defensive powerhouse previously played for the likes of Parma, Juventus and Barcelona – racking up 800 appearances along the way.
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