Report: Spurs one of five Premier League clubs keen on £50m Serie A defender

Tottenham are one of five Premier League clubs who are considering a move for Juventus centre-half Gleison Bremer this summer, but it is thought any deal would cost at least £50m.

Over the last couple of weeks, there have been numerous reports suggesting Tottenham are still very much in the market for another centre-half this summer.

Despite having Cristian Romero, Micky van de Ven, and Radu Dragusin at his disposal, it seems Ange Postecoglou is keen to complete a quartet of top-quality options in the central defensive area.

Now, the Lilywhites are being linked with Juventus defender Gleison Bremer once more. Spurs were linked with the Brazilian in the summer of 2022, before he opted for a switch to Juventus (90Min).

And, Tottenham were reportedly looking at Bremer again last summer (Daily Mail), but Bremer himself insisted he was keen to stay at Juventus and win trophies with the Old Lady (TuttoSport 31/07/23 via Fabrizio Romano).

However, Bremer has admitted previously that he is interested in playing in the Premier League one day (Telegraph). If and when he decides the time is right to make that happen, it seems he will have a queue of suitors to choose from.

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Gleison Bremer ready for a move to England

As per a report from HITC, Bremer is once again attracting interest from Tottenham and four other Premier League clubs, with intermediaries making the clubs aware that Bremer could be available.

It is thought Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United, Newcastle, and Tottenham have all been contacted to sound out a possible move, with Bremer “keen on a fresh start on UK soil.”

However, the release clause in Bremer’s contract at Juventus is believed to be “in excess of £50m” and there could be “a long way to go” before any deal is struck.

Spurs Web Opinion

I just cannot see us spending £50m on another centre-back now. Especially when there are players like Tosin Adarabioyo and Lloyd Kelly available on a free transfer. I’d rather have Bremer, of course, but there’s no way Spurs are going big on the defence this summer.

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