Tottenham are displaying a strong determination to bolster their defensive line, and they have set their sights on Juventus defender Gleison Bremer, according to reports from La Gazzetta dello Sport. The London-based club is closely monitoring Bremer’s situation at Juventus, considering the 26-year-old centre-back as one of their primary targets for the upcoming transfer market.
Last season, Tottenham struggled defensively, conceding a total of 63 goals, prompting their eagerness to enhance their defensive assets. While their pursuit of Crystal Palace’s Marc Guehi remains at a standstill, the club has redirected its complete attention to Turin in their quest to secure the services of Gleison Bremer.
During the previous campaign, Bremer showcased his abilities by appearing in 40 matches across all competitions under the guidance of manager Massimiliano Allegri. Despite joining Juventus from local rivals Torino just one season ago, the Brazilian defender has already made a notable impact. His performances earned him the title of Serie A Defender of the Year for the 2021-2022 season.
However, Tottenham faces stiff competition in their pursuit of Bremer, as Premier League giants Chelsea and Manchester City are also closely monitoring the talented defender. The interest from these top clubs highlights Bremer’s growing reputation and the acknowledgement of his potential to make a significant impact at the highest level of English football.