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Torino are willing to triple Gleison Bremer’s wages as they look to convince the Serie A centre-back to reject Premier League giants Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool, as reported by Tuttomercatoweb

Money isn’t everything, of course. And with Torino looking set for another season of struggle – the Granata are just five points above the relegation zone after losing three of their past five matches – president Urbano Cairo will have his work cut out convincing Bremer that Turin is the place to be. 

Especially with two of England’s biggest clubs putting the feelers out. 

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Tuttomercatoweb is the latest in a number of publications to report Tottenham and Liverpool’s interest in the 24-year-old ball-playing centre-half. 

It was claimed, via Tuttosport, that new Spurs manager Antonio Conte hopes to bring in Bremer as part of a triple deal that would also see Torino teammates Andrea Belotti and Wilfried Singo arrive in north London. 

The former Atletico Mineiro man, who has completed more interceptions than anyone in Serie A and kept Romelu Lukaku quiet during Inter Milan’s Scudetto procession, is thriving in the same back-three system Conte has introduced at Tottenham. 

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Torino flash wages at Bremer in light of Liverpool and Tottenham interest

Torino Granata, however, believes Anfield is the most likely destination for Bremer at this stage.

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are long-time admirers and could land a defender in the Joel Matip mould for as little as £7 million. 

Bremer has just 18 months remaining on his Torino contract, meaning offers will be considered next year if an extension can’t be agreed.

It’s understood Torino are willing to offer their star defender a deal that would see him triple his current salary, reported to be in the region of £18,000 a week (Salary Sport).

Then again, neither Tottenham nor Liverpool should have problems matching the £54,000-a-week wages on offer, particularly when you consider his price tag would hardly break the bank. 

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