A bid of just €28 million could be enough for Inter to secure Gleison Bremer from Torino due to a clause in his contract, according to a report in the Italian print media today.

As has been reported by La Repubblica today, the Nerazzurri could make an offer of just €28 million for the Brazilian because if the Granata do not sell him this summer, he can leave in the winter for a fee of €25 million due to a clause in the contract he signed last season.

His previous deal was set to run out in 2023 so he agreed to sign a new one with Torino so that they could protect his value and sell him this summer for a fee more representative of his quality.

The clause about January 2023 makes it harder for Torino to demand the sorts of fees they have been quoting, in excess of €40 million. Other reports claim that they want €50 million.