Torino are still holding out for an asking price of €50 million for defender Bremer even as Inter look to convince them with a lower offer that also includes a player going the other way.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Granata’s stance is still that they want at least €50 million for the Brazilian, who the Nerazzurri are hoping they can sign for less.

Inter have long had Bremer in their sights, and have a personal agreement with the player, but getting a deal done with his club could be trickier.

The 25-year-old was arguably the outstanding defender in Serie A last season, and so his value will have risen significantly for this summer, and there is hardly a shortage of interest in him.

The Nerazzurri are still thinking of €30 million as the right amount to get a deal done and are aiming to make up the rest of the valuation with the inclusion of a player going the other way, but for now Torino aren’t going lower in their demands.