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Manchester United eyes Juventus defender Gleison Bremer




In the latest transfer news, Manchester United is setting its sights on Juventus defender Gleison Bremer. The Brazilian talent recently committed to Juventus until June 2028, making him a vital part of the Italian club’s future plans.

Rumors are circulating that Manchester United is in search of a new central defender due to coach ten Hag’s dissatisfaction with the current defensive lineup.

Gleison Bremer has emerged as a prime target for the English club to strengthen their defense.


While there haven’t been direct talks between the two clubs, there’s a buzz indicating potential negotiations. However, Juventus has firmly rejected any proposal to part ways with Bremer during the ongoing winter transfer window.

The club views Bremer as a cornerstone in their defensive strategy and a player crucial for the team’s future success.

Although Juventus isn’t ruling out discussions about Bremer’s transfer, they are not eager to let him go. The club may consider offers in the upcoming summer transfer window, and they’ve already set a price tag.

Reportedly, Juventus is quoting a minimum fixed price of €70 million for Bremer, a notable increase from the €41 million plus €8 million in bonuses paid to Torino for his initial transfer.


Should the deal for Bremer not come to fruition, Manchester United is reportedly eyeing an alternative in the form of another former Juventus player, Matthijs de Ligt.

The Dutch central defender, born in 1999, is currently playing for Bayern Munich.

The unfolding transfer saga will reveal whether Manchester United can secure the defensive talent they desire, while Juventus maintains its stance on the valuation of Gleison Bremer.