Chelsea with an offer to Brazilian 25 yrs old defender


Premier League giants Chelsea have reportedly tabled an offer for Torino’s Brazilian centre-back Gleison Bremer.
According to Gianluca Di Marzio, Chelsea have stepped up their pursuit of Torino centre-back Gleison Bremer. The reputed journalist has claimed that an ‘important proposal’ has arrived from the Blues, suggesting they have made an official bid for the 25-year-old defender.

But Chelsea are not the only club interested in the highly-rated Bremer, with Inter Milan also exploring the possibility of signing him. The Nerazzurri are bracing themselves for the potential exit of Milan Skriniar, with Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea involved in the race to sign him, and have identified the Brazilian defender as a possible replacement.

Torino rate the 25-year-old at €40 million, and he is Inter’s top target for the summer. The Turin-based outfit are demanding Inter include promising midfielder Cesare Casadei in any potential deal, which the Nerazzurri do not want to do. The Serie A giants are reportedly unmoved in their stance, even as reports suggest that Chelsea have made an official move.


It was reported over a month ago that the Blues are looking at Bremer as a replacement for Antonio Rudiger, who has joined Real Madrid this summer. Chelsea are also preparing for the exit of Andreas Christensen, who is on the verge of completing a Bosman move to Barcelona, leaving Thomas Tuchel in desperate need of at least two top-class centre-backs.

Multiple reports claim Chelsea are on the cusp of closing out a deal for Sevilla’s Jules Kounde. They will then shift their focus to finding a partner for the Frenchman, and in that quest, Chelsea have made a move for Bremer. The report does not reveal the amount that the Blues have bid for the 25-year-old Brazilian defender.

Tottenham Hotspur have also been monitoring Bremer’s situation and reportedly made a fresh approach to sign the defender. Spurs’ representatives were reportedly set to hold talks with their Torino counterparts, the details of which are yet to come out.