The €30million (£25.7mllion) transfer release clause in the contract of rumoured Tottenham Hotspur target Marcus Thuram has expired, according to German news outlet BILD.
The Borussia Mönchengladbach forward is said to be on the radar of Tottenham, and now that the clause has expired, it could see the Bundesliga outfit pocket in the region of between €40million (£34.3million) and €45million (£38.6million).
Bild claim that a summer exit for the 23-year-old is still possible despite no club having taken advantage of the clause.
RMC Sport previously reported that in the market for a new striker and have made the signing of the Frenchmna their top priority to bolster their attacking options.
Thuram is currently on international duty with France at Euro 2020, but is yet to be utilised by Didier Deschamps.
The striker joined Borussia Monchengladbach in 2019 and has scored 18 goals in 60 Bundesliga appearances (transfermarkt).
Tottenham need to recruit a new striker this summer even if Harry Kane stays at the club, given the fact that Carlos Vinicius has returned to Benfica following the end of his season-long loan.
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