Italian journalist Fabrizio Biasin has said that Inter have a solid agreement with Gleison Bremer for personal terms and the fee will not be as high as some have reported, according to a report in the Italian broadcast media.
Speaking during a live interview with Calciomercato.it, via FCInter1908, Fabrizio Biasin stressed that Inter have got a solid agreement for personal terms with Torino defender Gleison Bremer.
“Inter have a very solid agreement with Bremer: they have promised each other.”
The issue for a long time has not been personal terms though, it has been agreeing on a fee with Torino. Inter will be meeting with Torino president Urbano Cairo next week to try and find an agreement.
It has been reported by some that the Granata want a fee of €50 million for the Brazilian but Fabrizio Biasin believes that offers of less than €40 million will be accepted.
“Next week they will try to find an agreement with Cairo: as far as I know he will accept offers of less than 40 million, they have to arrive at around 30 between bonuses and maybe quid pro quo.”
He also added that in terms of Nikola Milenkovic, it will depend on players leaving the club.
“From what I understand there is a good chance of seeing Bremer at Inter next season: for Milenkovic, it depends if both Skriniar and De Vrij leave.”