Juventus may yet hijack Inter’s move for centre-back Bremer as the Nerazzurri are yet to agree terms with Torino. The Nerazzuri are thought to be well in the lead to sign the Brazilian international but Juve may still have a chance.
Tuttosport report that the Bianconeri will make a bid to sign Bremer this summer, having lost out on Kalidou Koulibaly who joined Chelsea yesterday.
According to the report, Juventus are still waiting for an improved offer from Bayern Munich for Matthijs De Ligt and the club are insisting on €90-100m.
Meanwhile, Inter are close to agreeing a sale for Milan Skriniar who looks set to join PSG for a reported €60-70m.
Tuttosport suggest that whichever clubs sells first will stand a better chance at making a sizable offer for Bremer, who is valued at €40m.
Should Juve fail to get their man, the alternatives are Gabriel (Arsenal), Pau Torres (Villarreal), Kimpembe (Psg), Milenkovic (Fiorentina), Akanji (Borussia Dortmund), Ndicka (Eintracht Frankfurt) and Rafa Marin (Real Madrid).