Serie A Defender of the Year Bremer is attracting interest from some of the world’s most important clubs, and Tuttosport suggest Torino would be best off by accepting Tottenham Hotspur’s bid.
The report suggests Spurs, having qualified for the Champions League and by virtue of being in the Premier League, have the financial muscle to offer superior terms than Inter and Milan – the trio making up the main contenders for the Brazilian’s signature.
Whereas Inter would likely need to structure the deal somewhat, Spurs could offer Torino straight cash, which would allow them to spend on improving the squad in several areas this summer.
Among the players Tuttosport claim Torino would be interested in is new Italy starlet Wilfried Gnonto and Cagliari forward Joao Pedro.
Torino may be open to a player exchange, with Inter’s Federico Dimarco among those mooted.
The report adds that meeting between Toro director Davide Vagnati and Spurs counterpart Fabio Paratici is set for London this week.
Having seemingly missed out on Inter defender Alessandro Bastoni, Spurs have now turned their attentions to Bremer but their opening bid of €30 million plus bonuses falls well below Torino’s asking price, according to Tuttosport.
#Tuttosport – Il #Tottenham, perso #Bastoni, vira deciso su #Bremer. Colloqui col #Torino per il brasiliano: l'offerta economica soddisferebbe #Cairo. Previsto summit londinese tra #Vagnati e #Paratici. #Milan alla finestra: c'è la carta #Pobega.
— Around Torino (@AroundTorino) June 11, 2022