Inter could offer Torino a paid loan containing a purchase obligation to get a deal done for defender Bremer.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the Nerazzurri are weighing up the possibility of an initial loan with a sizable loan fee followed by a purchase obligation where they pay the rest of the amount for the 25-year-old.

Inter are gearing up to get serious in talks with Torino for Bremer, as they have long had an agreement with the player but are still some way from convincing his club on a deal.

The Granata want to monetize the Brazilian’s departure as much as possible, but the Nerazzurri do not wish to spend too much on a deal, but they could find some agreement by spreading the amount out over a longer period of time with an initial loan and purchase obligation.

In addition to this, the inclusion of a player going the other way would be another strategy by which the Nerazzurri will hope to convince Torino to get a deal done.