According to reports, Manchester United has been informed that in order to recruit Juventus center-back Bremer during this summer’s transfer window, they would need to submit an offer of €70 million (£59.7 million).
After moving from Torino to the Old Lady in July 2022, the 26-year-old has made 66 appearances for the Turin giants across all competitions, tallying one assist and seven goals.
Bremer’s current contract was set to end in June 2028, but he just inked a new one with Juventus. However, there is currently conjecture over his future.
Manchester United is reportedly a major fan of the Brazilian and is eager to sign him to a contract at Old Trafford during the summer transfer window, according to Calciomercato.
According to the report, the Premier League team has been told that Juventus is seeking €70 million (£59.7 million) for the defender, who has three Brazil caps.
Throughout the 2023–24 season, Bremer has been an important member of the Old Lady’s squad, playing 23 Serie A games and scoring twice.
Before joining Atletico Mineiro, the defender began his youth career with Desportivo Brasil. Before moving to Torino, he made 33 appearances for the Brazilian team.
Before joining Juventus in the summer of 2022, Bremer made 110 games for Torino, tallying five assists and 13 goals.
Given that both Jonny Evans and Raphael Varane have contracts that expire at the conclusion of the current season, Manchester United is anticipated to recruit at least one centre defender this summer.
It is anticipated that Saudi Arabia will make large bids for Varane, but it is uncertain what will happen to Harry Maguire and Victor Lindelof.
This summer, Lisandro Martinez will stay at Old Trafford. The Argentina international is considered a vital player and is again available after a second foot procedure.
Manchester United is reportedly a fan of Everton’s Jarrad Branthwaite as well. Antonio Silva of Benfica and Jean-Clair Todibo of Nice are both said to be considering moves to the team.
This summer, Old Trafford will undergo yet another renovation under the direction of new minority stakeholder Sir Jim Ratcliffe. The British billionaire will be in control of the team’s football operations.