It’s been a while since Torino defender Gleison Bremer started being linked with several clubs, with the rumours only growing in the past few months.
In September 2020, Fulham were first said to be interested in the centre-back, and it took some time until they finally made an attempt for his signing, as an offer was apparently made last summer.
The scenario changed a lot since then, as Bremer keeps impressing at Torino and rumours this week have been claiming he’s now wanted by the likes of Chelsea, AC Milan and Napoli.
With the big race being formed, Calcio Mercato features a piece on his future and points out that it was probably a good decision for him to reject Fulham’s offer in the summer.
“And to think that a few months ago an offer of 15 million from Fulham had rained down, but also rejected because it was the player himself who said he wanted to stay in Turin”, Calcio Mercato writes.
“Bremer did not think badly at all, given that the big market in Italy is opening up for him.”
Calcio Mercato points out how good it was for Torino that Bremer didn’t force his way out for a move to Fulham. Because now with bigger competition, the Italian side should demand €30m, although it’s likely clubs will be able to reach a deal for around €25m.