Inter and Torino will meet today to try and come to an agreement for Gleison Bremer’s transfer but there is a lot of work to do, according to a report in the Italian print media today.

As has been reported by Tuttosport today, Inter CEO Beppe Marotta will do what he can in talks with the Granata to give Simone Inzaghi the defensive target that the club has set their sights on.

The issue is that Torino intend to demand €50 million for the Brazilian at the beginning of the negotiations. Inter will start the talks from a base fee of €20-25 million and the inclusion of players to make up the difference.

Cesare Casadei could be included but only as a loan deal. Another option is Federico Dimarco who Ivan Juric is a big fan of but he is very unlikely to want to leave the Nerazzurri this summer as he has just found a role in the squad.