For the past few weeks, Tottenham Hotspur have been thrown into the mix for Torino’s Gleison Bremer.

On November 16th, Tuttosport reported Fabio Paratici ‘has not denied’ to his ‘Italian confidantes’ that he has interest in the central defender for next summer

Juventus have also been credited with interest in the 24-year-old. According to Tutto Juve, the Old Lady are ‘carefully observing’ the Brazilian and his club teammate, Wilfried Singo.

Regarding the South American, the report states Bremer’s name has been on the agenda at Juve, Inter and the north London club, who ‘seem to have taken the most concrete steps’ to sign him.

Tottenham’s interest in the player is also discussed by Torino Granata.

His current deal expires in 2023 and Urbano Cairo, the Serie A side’s chairman, wants to offer a new contract to the centre-back, which would include a raise from €500,000 to €1.5m per year, figures which will be after tax.

‘There are temptations’ for Bremer from elsewhere, as Spurs and AC Milan are keen on him. In the event of a sale, a figure of €25m would be needed to take him away from Torino.

Bremer has started 12 league games for Torino this season, managing two goals and an assist in the process.