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Some people may not know that the shirts, shoes and balls that World Cup stars exchange at the end of each match are not to wear, but remain competitive memorabilia, so that some of the stars have at home some kind of small museums. Including French striker Marcus Thuram The son of French legend Lilian Thuram. In a recent interview, he revealed that in 2007 he had tried a pair of shoes that all he knew was a friend of his father, played with him in Barcelona, ​​gave him to his father, but the shoes were smaller than that of Marcos, although he was only in his tenth year. By giving them to a friend.

Marcus did not know then that his father's friend, who gave him the shoe is the Argentine flea Lionel Messi. "I was 10 years old and I did not know much about these things," said the giant 1.92m in an interview with Agence France-Presse. The Argentine star Lionel Messi was then in his 20th century and began to leave his magic spell on the Catalan club and its consequences to become his name on every tongue.

Lilian Thuram, the father of Marcos, was a colleague of Barcelona's Messi. He played until 2008, ending his career in the Nou Camp after moving to Barcelona in 2006 from Juventus for five million euros. French striker Marcos Thuram says his friend still holds a Messi pair to this day.

Liliane swollen with Lionel Messi and Brazilian star Ronaldinho at the Camp Nou and received an award from the International Association of Professional Football Players

The son of former international defender Lilian Thuram of French Ganges has moved to Borussia Moenchengladbach for a four-season contract, the latter announced on Monday. Münchengladbach, who is in the Europa League this season, did not reveal the value of the 21-year-old's deal, but media reported it was between 10 and 12 million euros, making him the most expensive player in the history of Ganguan, who landed at the end of the season Last to second class.

"We are very happy to have Marcos, he is a fast, strong and dangerous forward," said Max Erbil, sporting director of the club.

After starting his career in Sochaux with his first professional contract (2012-2015), Marcos defended the colors of Gangnam for two seasons and scored 12 goals in his 64 league matches. The best moments of last season's turbulence remain in the quarter-finals of the Confederation Cup, with defending champions Paris Saint-Germain scoring a penalty in the overtime.


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