Spurs have moved quickly in the transfer market, with Ivan Perisic, Fraser Forster and Yves Bissouma already agreeing terms in north London, and Bremer is clearly in head coach Conte’s sights.
What’s the latest news involving Bremer?
According to Calciomercato, Bremer is on holiday and considering who he should leave current employers Torino for.
The report suggests the 6 ft 2 central defender is particularly of interest to Tottenham and Serie A giants Inter Milan.
With Bremer’s £18,000-per-week contract set to expire next summer, the Brazilian appears to be destined to leave Torino before the transfer window slams shut on September 1.
It is understood that Torino are looking to recoup €50m (£43m) for Bremer, who is eager to compete in the Champions League next season.
That is something Spurs can offer after finishing fourth in the Premier League standings during the 2021/22 campaign.
What has Conor Clancy said about Bremer?
Clancy is a huge fan of Bremer and believes he would be a force to be reckoned with in the Premier League.
The journalist feels the 25-year-old would be an impressive addition to Conte’s squad and his performances against Dusan Vlahovic, during the Serbian’s spells with Fiorentina and Juventus, stood out.
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Clancy told GIVEMESPORT: “I think he’s brilliant. He’s strong, aggressive and a bit of a wall.
“In Serie A, this year, Dusan Vlahovic was tearing it up against everyone except for against Torino because Bremer just had him in his pocket. That’s the type of level that he is.”
How does Bremer compare to Spurs’ current central defenders?
Spurs are looking to welcome multiple defenders to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium ahead of the new season and Bremer would be a shrewd addition.
He made 33 appearances during the 2021/22 campaign, when he also showed he is capable of contributing at the other end of the pitch by chalking up three goals and an assist.
According to statistics, Bremer averaged more tackles than Eric Dier and Ben Davies every 90 minutes last season, while he had a better long pass completion than the duo and fellow Spurs ace Cristian Romero.
With that in mind, Bremer – who achieved an average match rating of 7.22 before the season reached its climax – would succeed in adding steel to Spurs’ rearguard.