Premier League-Linked Juventus Ace Not Close to Leaving

Juventus will likely sell some players, especially youngsters, to have more resources this summer, but they’d gladly keep Gleison Bremer. His release clause comes into effect only next year. They’ll be able to decide freely in the upcoming window, Fabrizio Romano reports (via SOSFanta).

In 2025, the Brazilian defender could depart for €55/60M. There’d be convoluted tax implications if he moved to the Premier League. Instead, the club and the team have a gentleman’s agreement to discuss any offer in that neighborhood that could arrive in the next few weeks.

Juventus have been routinely attached to Riccardo Calafiori but not necessarily to replace Bremer. The two aren’t mutually exclusive. The Bologna center-back prefers them over destinations, for instance Chelsea, Tottenham, and the Bundesliga. The Bianconeri have dangled some of their talents, but there’s no agreement for now.

The same goes for another Old Lady’s target, Teun Koopmeiners. He’s high on their list, but they haven’t tendered an official bid to Atalanta at this stage. The Bianconeri want to increase their economic firepower first. In that sense, they are welcoming bids for Matias Soulé and Dean Huijsen, whom they could also propose to La Dea.

Our Take on Juventus and Bremer

They already need a defender as is, even more so if they parted ways with their best one. The fit in a four-man defense will have to be perfected. However, he was playing very aggressively at Torino, which should help him adjust to Thiago Motta’s style.

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