Bremer has two goals in 15 appearances with the Granata this term and his contract at the Stadio Grande Torino expires in June 2023.
According to Calciomercato.com, he is Milan’s top target to replace Simon Kjaer in January.
The Dane has suffered a knee injury that will keep him out of action for six months, so the Rossoneri must sign a new centre-back in January.
“The idea had been not to make any investments in January, but Kjaer’s injury has prompted us to evaluate the integration of someone ready or a player who can stay on for next season,” Milan director Paolo Maldini said before the Rossoneri’s 1-1 draw against Udinese yesterday.
The description could fit Bremer perfectly because the Rossoneri are aware that they’ll need a big investment in order to sign the Brazilian defender.
According to Tuttosport, Milan could offer their midfielder Tommaso Pobega in a player plus cash swap deal. The product of the Rossoneri academy joined Torino on loan last summer.
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Torino don’t want to sell Bremer in January but could be forced to do so at the end of the campaign, especially if the defender fails to sign a new deal with the Granata.
According to Tuttosport and Calciomercato.com, Torino value Bremer at €25m.
However, reports in the UK suggest competition to sign Bremer will be fierce.
Tottenham and Chelsea are also monitoring the 24-year-old. Chelsea are keeping a close eye on defenders as Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen see their contracts expire at the end of the season.
Antonio Conte’s Spurs need a replacement for Cristian Romero who has been forced to the sidelines for several weeks with a hamstring injury.
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