AC Milan are among the teams that have registered an interest in signing centre-back Bremer from Torino with a modest asking price set, a report claims.
Calciomercato.com take a look at the situation surrounding the Brazilian defender, starting with Olivier Giroud’s comments after Milan’s 1-0 win over Torino last night: “I had a lot of duels with Bremer, he’s a great defender.”
Bremer certainly came out as the winner from many of the physical and technical duels with the French striker and clearly earned his praise from a striker who has played against many of the best defenders in world football.
Many teams have set their sights on him as per the report, and among these is Milan having been impressed with his ‘audition’ last night. However, it is city rivals Inter who have taken the first concrete steps for the former Atletico Mineiro man with Marotta opening talks.
Torino value the 24-year-old at between €8-10m, as his excellent start to the season has raised the price tag, but his contract expires in 2023 which means the Granata are conscious of not trying to over-exercise any leverage they may have.
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He was a beast last night against us, 8-10mil is a bargain, maybe a replacement for romangnoli.
Exactly what’s on my mind. We can get him for cheap as replacement for Romagnoli and bid goodbye to that greed of an Agent
Hãy mang anh ấy về ngay sớm nhất có thể.
I think it’s high time for romagnoli to say bye bye we need that guy called bremer
Bremer, Kamara, Alvarez. Milan grander.
So what are the management waiting for we need him (bremer) this time no time for excuses to win a we need potential back up to strengthen our defence Forza Milan 🏆🎖️👍
Bremer is right-footed and plays in a back-3 for Torino.
Would probably need time, IMO.
Good thing is that he’s the center, so he’s used to being the captain.
There’s talk about Romagnoli telling Raiola that he wants to stay and the fat guy needs to make it happen. If that’s true and Roma is in control of the situation, I would be happy for him to stay.