By Peter Weis@PeterVicey

Gladbach updates: BMG express interest in Onuachu, Milan keep tabs on Netz

Belgian journalist Sacha Tavolieri, in a recent update to his tracking of Southamption striker Paul Onuachu, reports that Borussia Mönchengladbach are the latest Bundesliga side to show concrete interest in the Nigerian striker. 

In other Gladbach-related transfer news, Italian journalist Rudy Galetti notes that AC Milan are keeping tabs on another German youth international for their defensive corps. 
Belgian football journalist Sacha Tavolieri noted that two Bundesliga sides were potentially interested in acquiring Nigerian striker Paul Onuachu of relegated EPL side Southampton F.C. when tweeting some weeks back. Links with 1. FC Union Berlin understandably went cold after the German Champions' League representatives signed Danish forward Mikkel Kaufmann.

In his latest update, Tavolieri claims that the 29-year-old isn't too keen on moving to Stuttgart either. The 18-times-capped Super Eagle is, according to the journalist, leery of contesting another relegation race with an insecure club. Tavolieri still reports that a move to the Bundesliga may be in the cards. Borussia Mönchengladbach have shown concrete interest, potentially making a pitch.

The foals remain on the look-out for a replacement for French forward Marcus Thuram, whom will be departing the club on a free transfer in the coming days. The prolific goal-scorer now looks almost certain to be headed to AC Milan. Virtually all German football media sources are now reporting that Thuram has definitively turned down Leipzig in favor a move to the Serie A.

AC Milan may potentially be interested in acquiring another Gladbach player in the near future. Italian footballing journalist Rudy Galetti reports that BMG left-back Luca Netz is being monitored by the I Rossoneri. The German youth international - currently showcasing himself at the U21 Euros - is apparently a candidate to replace the departing Theo Hernandez. 

Galetti emphasizes that no concrete talks have taken place as of yet. Moreover, Netz himself may not be amenable to a move after Ramy Bensebaini's departure finally freed up a place in the starting XI for him. In spite of all of this, the notion of Netz following the path of former Germany U21 teammate Malick Thiaw to Milan might still be appealing for both player and club.

Former Schalke defender Thiaw has seen his stock rise since moving south. Thiaw also vastly improved his status with the German national team over the recent disappointing international break, starting twice in Bundestrainer Hansi Flick's back-three and serving as one of the few bright spots on the German men's senior national team.

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