Juventus are getting ready to make a big push to try and sign Torino defender Bremer ahead of Inter once Matthijs de Ligt is sold to Bayern Munich.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Bianconeri could offer the Brazilian higher wages than Inter have put on the table, and are thinking about swooping in if talks between the Nerazzurri and Torino drag on.

Inter are pressing to get a deal done for Bremer, especially mindful of the danger that they could lose out on the player if the Bianconeri seriously step up their interest.

The Nerazzurri could put €30-35 million, and midfielder Cesare Casadei provided a buyback option is included for the 19-year-old, on the table, to try and get things done to sign Bremer.

However, should they not act fast, the Bianconeri are ready to make the Brazilian an offer for a five-year contract, the same that Inter have offered, and they could try to convince him to go back on his agreement to join the Nerazzurri by pointing out that talks are dragging on with Torino.