Inter Formally Open Negotiation to Onboard Torino Ace

Inter have long led the race for Bremer, also thanks to the will of the player, but they have not reached agreement with Torino on his valuation just yet. The parties held a meeting Tuesday, and they are fairly distant on the fee.

As per Tuttosport, the Nerazzurri offered an initial loan with obligation to buy. They could get to €30M, and not necessarily only if Milan Skriniar is sold to PSG. At this stage, they did not offer any player in return. The Granata are keen on midfield prodigy Cesare Casadei. Instead, Andrea Pinamonti, who would be a strong replacement for Andrea Belotti, has probably become too expensive.

Torino asked Inter for at least €40M to sell Bremer, if not more, depending on the formula. On the other hand, they are hamstrung by the fact his €15M release clause that comes into effect in January 2023.

On top of the Brazilian center-back, the Nerazzurri also have other options in their crosshairs, La Gazzetta dello Sport informs. They have an agreement in principle with Nikola Milenkovic for €2.5M wages. Fiorentina could let him go for €15M. They are keeping tabs on Leicester City’s Caglar Soyuncu and Borussia Dortmund’s Manuel Akanji, whose deals run out in 2023.

Our Take on the Talks Between Inter and Torino for Bremer

The Nerazzurri will probably land their top target, as the Granata are backed into a corner by the release clause. But it is an interesting negotiation nonetheless. If the sellers play hardball, the buyers might and, perhaps should, cope for just a few months and sign him for much cheaper in January. He would be an excellent target for Juventus too. They should definitely make an attempt if they lost Matthijs De Ligt, even it would likely come up empty.