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'GLADBACH hitman Marcus THURAM undergoing surgery

22.06.2020 13.45 by Claudio Colla  read 400
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Suffering from a left-ankle injury, which occurred to him last June 13, back when playing against Bayern Munich, 22-year old French striker and Borussia Monchengladbach powerhouse Marcus Thuram is undergoing surgery. The 1997-born legacy kid is going to miss Bundesliga last game, and will be up to task again in about six weeks.

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