Torino have reportedly slapped a €30m valuation on Liverpool target Gleison Bremer ahead of the upcoming transfer window.

According to Italian outlet La Stampa, as transcribed by HITC, Real Madrid, Liverpool, Barcelona and AC Milan are all interested in signing the Brazilian centre-back this summer.

The report claims Torino would have accepted an offer of €15m in January, but have now decided that they want €30m for Bremer following a number of clubs joining the race for his signature.

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€30m-rated Bremer in action for Torino

FERRARA, ITALY – JULY 26: Gleison Bremer of Torino FC in action during the Serie A match between SPAL and Torino FC at Stadio Paolo Mazza on July 26, 2020 in Ferrara, Italy. (Photo by Gabriele Maltinti/Getty Images)

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ANFIELD WATCH VERDICT 

€30m could still be a decent price for Bremer, even if it is double what Liverpool could have potentially signed him for in January. The 24-year-old has shown signs of promise at Torino over the last couple of seasons, becoming a regular for the Italian side in the Serie A. He started 27 games in the league last term and has started 24 this time around, with eight games still left to play before the end of the season. This shows that he is being trusted as a reliable member of Torino’s defence and has been able to maintain consistent performances.

He has averaged a solid WhoScored rating of 6.88 in the Serie A, which is only down slightly from the 6.92 he managed in the 2019/20 campaign. In both seasons, he has averaged more than two aerial battles won, 1.5 interceptions, one tackle, and four clearances per game in the Serie A – highlighting how impressive his defending has been as an individual.

At his age, 24, Bremer also has the time to develop and grow further as a player, which could be aided by the coaching of Jurgen Klopp. Therefore, Bremer could be a solid addition to Liverpool’s defensive options if they are willing to part ways with €30m for the centre-back.

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