Inter have an agreement in place with Bremer for a summer move, and will sign him if Torino honour their promise to the player made when they extended his contract.
This according to Italian journalist Fabrizio Biasin, who reported on the Twitch channel of Calciomercato.it, via FCInter1908, that the Brazilian is expecting the Granata to allow him to move to Inter.
Bremer extended his contract from the end of June 2023 until the end of June 2024 with the Granata, in a move which would allow the club to go into talks for his sale with a stronger negotiating position.
The 24-year-old reportedly has an agreement with his club that they will sell him for a reasonable offer to a club that he wants to join, with the player having already agreed with Inter according to Biasin.
Now, it remains for the Nerazzurri and the Granata to sit down to try and work out an agreement for the defender.
“Bremer has given an agreement to a possible transfer,” he said of the Brazilian’s links to Inter. “But that’s not the only thing that matters, they need to agree a deal with Torino as well.”
“If Cairo keeps the promise made to the player, that is to say to not interfere with his departure, the deal will be done,” he said. “Otherwise, it will be more complicated.”