A €15 million release clause in the contract of Torino defender Bremer that becomes active in January could motivate Torino to sell the 25-year-old this summer.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that with the Brazilian strongly linked to Inter, his club will have a big reason to make sure a deal is done.

Inter have yet to agree a deal with Torino to sign Bremer, and the Granata are still valuing the defender quite steeply so there is work to be done on signing the player who is one of the priority targets for the summer.

The Granata extended Bremer’s contract from the end of June 2023 to the end of June 2024 earlier this year so that they would have some leverage in negotiating for his sale rather than risking letting him go into the final season of his deal.

However, given that the deal also includes a clause which would make him available for €15 million during the January transfer window, they will certainly not want to let it get to this point.