Inter hold meeting with Torino for Bremer move

Inter have recently held a meeting with Torino regarding their move for Brazilian defender Bremer this summer.

Gianluca di Marzio has reported that the meeting on Thursday was the first official meeting involving the two clubs, with Inter now attempting to strike an agreement for the defender.

Inter’s Piero Ausilio met the sporting director of Torino – Davide Vagnati and Paolo Busardò, the agent of Bremer. The meeting, it is said, was only a prerequisite to further talk about a move and close the deal. Inter expressed their strong interest in the player, with Torino demanding €40 million. After the meeting between the three, Ausilio had a separate chat with Busardo as well.

Inter opened up to the possibility of inserting a player in the deal and Torino are currently interested in Cesare Casadei. As things stand, Inter want to keep the youngster. 

Bremer though, has given his priority to join Inter only and there is a will from all parties to strike an agreement. 



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