- Jun 18, 2021
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I have mentioned it before but if Torino get relegated and we're still broke in the summer the Torino player i would like Inter to sign is Bremer. He's a promising cb who has been Torino best defender this season and he can play on both sides in a back 3 formation. Exactly what we need in defence.
Yeah we need to save money for Milinkovic-Savic, Frattesi, Kostic or Gosens and VlahovicI can only see Bremer coming to Inter to replace De Vrij. Even if we include counterparts, i can't see us spending 20m on a rotational cb when we also need to get 2 midfielders, a lwb (if Perisic leaves) and at least one forward. There's simply no money to do all these things.
Currently making Vlahovic look like a good little boy ready for an early rise and shine and school in the morning, he's tucking him in so badly.
Ivan Juric hailed ‘fundamental’ Torino defender Gleison Bremer, who completely neutralised Dusan Vlahovic in a 4-0 victory over Fiorentina.
Despite missing several players and being forced to debut a teenager in goal, the Granata still ran out with a 4-0 victory thanks to a Josip Brekalo brace, Wilfried Singo and Antonio Sanabria.
“It was a great game from the first to the last minute,” the coach told DAZN.
“Fiorentina had really impressed me this season and had such strong players, which just goes to show how splendid my lads were today.
“I have seen improvements in training pass on to the match situation lately, we raised the quality level and move the ball better than we did before. In order to score goals, you need to show technique and our team moves today were splendid.”
They also managed to completely neutralise Serie A top scorer Vlahovic, who was marked out of the game by Bremer, another player earning a lot of attention on the transfer market.
“Bremer is a fundamental player for us. Seeing such a difference in the squad after five months of work really is very pleasing.”
The centre-back has been linked with amongst others Milan, Napoli, Everton, West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur, but Torino have no intention of losing the Brazilian mid-season.
At the moment there are two sides regarding Inter and Ginter. You have Calciomercato and Pedulla who claim Inter have abandoned the case of Ginter and then you have Di Marzio who posted an article about Inter and Ginter only yesterday. Perhaps Di Marzio infos are outdated or Pedulla is trying to get attention by jumping to conclusions when there are no updates. We will know soon enough.Pedulla said we are more into Bremer than Ginter.
Paying 3.5 - 4m for a backup cv seems a little bit too much for us given our financial state. I don't know Ginter very well but i'm assuming he's only coming when we sell De Vrij. I also think Ginter doesn't want to come here when our current backline stays. Bremer makes more sense IMO. Quite young, 1 year contract and it is more likely he accepts to be a back up for one year and then step up as an De Vrij/Skriniar replacement.IMO Ginter should be coming anyway, he perfectly fits our free transfer strategy and we need better quality depth. By increasing competition you raise the level of the team, and this is what Marotta has been cleverly doing over the years, having subs close to the starters.
Ginter is planning for the future, just in case Raiola comes with a 7m salary offer from Conte`s Tottenham for instance. De Vrij didn`t strike me as a guy that wants to leave Italy, however the club might have to sell again (hopefully not)... in case yes, the plusvalenza from free transfer to rich English clubs is a sweet temptation...