Italian transfer journalist Fabrizio Biasin has said that Torino defender Gleison Bremer and Inter already have an agreement in place, according to a report in the Italian broadcast media.
As has been reported by the journalist whilst on the Calciomercato Twitch channel, via FCInter1908, Bremer and Inter already know that they want to be working together next season, it is just a case of Inter finding a financial agreement with Torino President Urbano Cairo.
“Bremer and Inter have promised each other, there is an agreement. During the renewal, Cairo promised Bremer that he would sell him for €25 million or a little more. If everyone keeps their word, the Brazilian defender will be a new Inter player.
“But in the world of football, not everyone keeps their word. Bremer has done something that few do: he has renewed so as not to go away for nothing, as long as he is sold in the summer at a fair price.
“Bremer has promised himself to Inter, for him it is the ideal club to continue his growth. At the moment we know that he would like to accept Inter’s offer of around €3.5 million per season.”
Many clubs across Europe are starting to show their interest in the defender which is what could drive up his price tag.
Fabrizio Biasin also talked about the possible signing of Paulo Dybala who will be leaving Juventus on a free transfer at the end of this season.
He explained that Inter CEO Beppe Marotta has a lot to consider and work out when it comes to bringing the Argentine to the club.
“There are more chances for Dybala than Lukaku. Marotta actually asked the Argentine’s entourage for time to find the right fit to try to bring him to Milan. The meaning is: if I have to sell Lautaro to take Dybala and stop, then no.
“If, on the other hand, Inter takes Dybala, keeps Lautaro and finds the resources with other sales, then we can think about it. This operation is still feasible but is currently frozen. It is not known if it will be possible to do it here. More chances for Dybala than for Lukaku, but no certainty.”
On Arturo Vidal and Alexis Sanchez, he said: “Regardless, Inter must give up Sanchez and Vidal, they are not two goodbyes linked to Dybala. The wages must go down by at least 10/15%, the two transfers are to bring down the wages here.”