Juventus have completely overtaken Inter in the race to sign Gleison Bremer from Torino, as firstly reported by Matteo Moretto.
The Nerazzurri had already agreed with Gleison Bremer that he would move to Milan earlier this year, but Juventus have already overtaken then in the race to sign him.
The Brazilian became Juventus’ top target after losing Matthijs de Ligt, who is expected to sign his contract with Bayern Munich soon.
Matthijs de Ligt will arrive in Germany today to undergo his medical test and sign a contract after the two sides agreed on a €75m + €5m deal on Sunday evening.
Juventus immediately began looking for a replacement, with Gleison Bremer as their top target but they were forced to awaiting talks between Inter and Torino to see if both teams reach agreements.
The Bianconeri’ plan was to immediately intervene in the talks to sign the 25-year-old defender as long as Inter failed to reach an agreement with Torino.
What Juventus has done is to offer more than Inter, to both Gleison Bremer and Torino.
Inter’s offer to Gleison Bremer was €3m salary a season and €30m plus add-ons to Torino, while Juventus’s offer to Gleison Bremer was a multi-year contract worth €5m net and €35m plus €5m in add-ons to Torino.
Personal terms are not a problem, with the Bianconeri very confident to complete the deal as soon as possible.