BREAKING NEWS: Confirmed by Fabrizio Romano, 🚨, Done and sealed Manchester United confirms the first signing of the season as they reach agreement to bring one of the very best to old Trafford. The Brazilian international and serie A star has won an average of 5.2 duels and 1.6 tackles in Serie A this term. He has also made 4.1 clearances per game alongside 5.3 ball recoveries and will be a good addition to the team. Manchester United signs serie A defensive MONSTER.


Manchester United is reportedly prepared to shell out €60 million to secure the services of Juventus defender Gleison Bremer during the upcoming summer transfer window, as per reports from Gazzetta dello Sport.

With plans to bolster their defensive lineup for the forthcoming season, the Red Devils have been consistently linked with Bremer, and it appears that their interest in the player remains strong.

According to Gazzetta dello Sport (featured on page 22), Juventus is bracing themselves for Bremer’s potential departure and are already scouting for a suitable replacement. Although Bremer’s current contract includes a release clause of €60 million that is slated to activate in June 2025, Manchester United is reportedly willing to meet the same valuation this summer.

This proposed deal would reportedly align with Juventus’s plans, as they could utilize a portion of the transfer fee (€30 million) towards acquiring Bologna’s centre-back, Riccardo Calafiori.

Bremer’s potential arrival at Manchester United would undoubtedly be a significant acquisition. The former Torino player has established himself as one of Serie A’s top central defenders and recently extended his contract with Juventus until June 2028. However, amidst speculation surrounding his departure this summer, it is suggested that Juventus may need to offload a high-profile player to maintain financial stability.

Despite Bremer’s impressive defensive statistics, which include an average of 5.2 duels won and 1.6 tackles per game in Serie A this season, along with 4.1 clearances and 5.3 ball recoveries per match, there are some concerns. Particularly, Bremer is not renowned for his ball-playing abilities, as evidenced by his average of only 45 passes per appearance with an accuracy rate of approximately 86 percent.

Given these considerations, there are reservations about pursuing a move for the 27-year-old, with some preferring Manchester United to pursue Sporting’s Ousmane Diomande instead. While Bremer has received praise from Juventus legend Sergio Brio, who described him as an “exceptional player,” there are doubts regarding his suitability as a long-term investment compared to Diomande.

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