Torino defender Gleison Bremer is set to snub a move to Inter Milan to join Juventus The Trumpet gathered.
Brewer has long had a verbal agreement to join last season’s Coppa Italiana champions but the slow move to enter into formal negotiations with Torino has made the defender perturbed.
Juventus, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, have presented a better offer which will see the Brazilian earn a higher wage in Turin resulting in Bremer reconsidering the wait for Inter.
Findings reveal that the uncertainty of Milan Skriniar’s future in Inter whom the Nerazzurri need above €70m for his sale to PSG has affected Bremer’s move to the San Siro.
According to Italian journalist Toni Wheeler, Bremer has waited patiently for Inter Milan to wrap up the deal but the club has not impressed him so far which has made him rethink a move to jettison their verbal agreement and join Bianconeri.
Inter and Juventus will have to contend for the signature of the 25-year-old Brazilian who joined Torino four years ago from Atletico Mineiro on €5.8m in 2018.
Since Bremer landed in Torino from Brazil where he started his football career through the youth rank of Atletico Mineiro, he has netted 13 goals coupled with 5 assists in Italy from 110 appearances in all competitions.
Juventus need Bremer who has been targeted as Matthijs de Ligt’s replacement after they reached an agreement with Bayern Munich for the Dutch defender.
Reports reveal that though Inter Milan are confident to sign the Brazilian from Torino ahead of Juventus, they have also eyed Turkey’s defender Merih Demiral who plays for Atalanta BC as a potential target.