Inter are looking at the possibility of bringing Torino defender Bremer to the club next summer as they plan for the departures of older players, according to a report in the Italian media today.
As has been reported today by Calciomercato.com, Bremer’s contract at Torino will run out in the summer of 2023, which means by the summer of 2022, Inter will have more bargaining power over Torino.
They will not want to lose him for free and Inter believes that a fee of around €10 million could be enough for Torino to cash in on the Brazilian centre back who has become a key player for Ivan Juric’s side.
Inter are anticipating the departures of Andrea Ranocchia and Aleksander Kolarov next summer so the Nerazzurri need to act fast and plan ahead to make sure they are not left short at the back.
Bremer is still only 24 years old and would represent an investment for Inter.