AC Milan have joined Inter in being interested in the signature of Torino defender Bremer and could move for him as early as January.
This according to Italian news outlet Calciomercato.com, who report that the Brazilian is a serious target for the Rossoneri and that they could look to include Tommaso Pobega as part of a deal to sign him in the January transfer window.
Milan are on the lookout for defensive reinforcements next month, and Bremer is among the players who they would most like to sign.
The 24-year-old’s form has been excellent this season, making him a serious target for a number of clubs with Inter foremost among them.
The Granata value the player at €25 million, something which the Rossoneri would not be willing to pay for him.
However, Torino coach Ivan Juric would like to make on-loan Milan midfielder Pobega’s stay at the club a permanent one.
The Granata could look to bring Pobega in on a permanent basis for a deal worth around €15 million and this could be a factor in a deal for Bremer in January, although so far Milan have not shown any willingness to permanently sell Porbega.