Motta arrival could have impact on Bremer’s Juventus future


The recent dismissal of Juventus head coach Max Allegri and the potential appointment of Thiago Motta could significantly alter the club’s summer transfer plans, particularly regarding Manchester United target Gleison Bremer. The Brazilian defender, valued by Juve at €70 million, was considered to be one of the players the club may sacrifice in order to fund their summer spending.

According to transfer expert Alfredo Pedullà of Sportitalia, Motta is a staunch admirer of Bremer and envisions him as the linchpin of Juventus’ defense, particularly if the team adopts a 4-3-3 formation. This admiration could lead to Juventus retaining Bremer despite previous plans to sell him.

The coaching change could also influence the futures of other key players. Federico Chiesa, who struggled with Allegri’s tactics and was reportedly frustrated, might be persuaded to stay under Thiago Motta’s management. Chiesa’s potential retention would be a significant boost for Juventus as they look to rebuild.

Conversely, Adrien Rabiot, whose contract is nearing its end, appears more likely to leave for Manchester United as a free agent following Allegri’s departure. Rabiot’s move would align with United’s ongoing interest in bolstering their midfield options.


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