A sporting director is traveling to London to meet with Chelsea about a big deal

Torino’s sports director Davide Vagnati is reportedly planning a trip to London to speak with Chelsea about the possibility of a move for Gleison Bremer.

There has been much debate over the last few weeks about who Thomas Tuchel will try to entice to the club after talents Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen departed the squad after failing to reach an agreement on new contracts.

And according to a few media speculations, Bremer of Torino is one of the defenders we’re thinking about adding during the summer transfer window to replace the elite pair.

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Bremer has been outstanding in recent years and is starting to show signs of being a defender who is almost ready to play for one of the best clubs in the world, which has led to many reports.
In light of all the speculations that the club is seriously exploring a potential move for the Brazilian, Sean Walsh of 90Min reports that Torino’s sports director is flying to London to talk with the London club in an effort to start a bidding war.

The Brazilian star has made it clear that he is eager to move on from Torino and join a more prestigious squad, speaking with teams like the Blues about his desire to do so.

Speaking to ESPN through Sempre Inter, he stated: “Last summer, I informed the manager and the coach: “I want to change immediately. They then said, “Stay this year, aid us.” You can proceed with the following phase next year.

“The supporters already know that I want to play in the Champions League and that by doing so, I will increase my chances of being called up to the Brazilian national team. I believe that will happen eventually because I need to play at a much higher level.

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