Liverpool looking to make a move for Gleison Bremer

Gleison Bremer

Gleison Bremer, a current Torino player has been linked to a move to Liverpool. Gleison has been “impressive” at the Turin-based club, whenever he has been on the pitch.

The ‘tall and bulky’ player is said to be one of the strongest defenders going around. He is claimed to be one of the best in Europe as well.

Gleison Bremer – “An incredible player”

Gleison Bremer, who plays at his natural position as a centre-back, has emerged as one of the strongest defenders.

The Brazilian International stands at 6ft 2in and is quite solid at his position and up for Ariel duels as well.

Bremer has been consistently in the starting line-up for Torino, having made 23 appearances this season. The 25-year-old defender has also an “11% participation in Goal”, which adds up to his ‘Brilliant Calibre’.

He has been a constant threat to the opponent team strikers, and “solid” in front of the goal.

Competition for Liverpool

Would Gleison Bremer be the right fit for Liverpool or not only experts can comment, but the player surely has interest from quite a few European clubs?

Torino’s Italian rivals Inter Milan, are reportedly the ‘Top Runners” to sign the Brazilian. Whereas Juventus was also seen to be interested in the 25-year-old defender.

Liverpool’s Premier League foes, Tottenham were also interested in the Brazilian and still monitoring his progress.

Although even if Liverpool procures the player, to see him regularly playing for the first team would be a big question. With Liverpool already having, set players at the back, getting in Bremer ahead of them could be really tricky.

Bremer for Torino and Torino’s Ask

Having come from a Brazilian background and playing for Brazilian clubs, Bremer has quite well settled in Italy. He has over a century of appearances for Torino in the seasons he has played.

Torino is currently valuing the defender at 25m Euros and would accept bids only in that range.

To see the teams get the services of the ‘Strong Defender’ would be really interesting, in all aspects.

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