Inter will accelerate in their pursuit to sign Torino defender Bremer as soon as they are sure that Milan Skriniar will leave for Paris Saint-Germain in a big money sale.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri will waste no time moving for Bremer and will hold a meeting to start working out a deal with Torino in the coming days.

Skriniar’s sale to PSG looks to be more and more inevitable, with the Parisians having made the Slovakian a top target and having no real alternatives, and so should certainly come in with an improved offer from their €60 million bid very soon.

The Nerazzurri have been holding out for €80 million for the 27-year-old, and an agreement could be reached somewhere around €70 million plus add-ons.

Once the Nerazzurri feel confident about a Skriniar sale going through, even before it is official, they will go to work with Torino, sitting down to hash out a fee for Bremer.

Inter’s initial offer for the Brazilian should be for around €28-30 million, shy of the Granata’s €40 million asking price, and the Nerazzurri’s intentions will be to speed up the talks very quickly.

Meanwhile, Fiorentina’s Nikola Milenkovic will also be moved for with haste once Skriniar is sold, and Lazio’s Francesco Acerbi is another possible defensive target though hardly a priority.