Chelsea center back duo Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen left the West London outfits because they failed to agree on new deals, and there have been speculations about the people Thomas Tuchel would like to bring to Stamford bridge to replace the departed stars.
According to reports, Thomas Tuchel could go for Torino's Bremer as a long term replacement for the duo that left for La Liga in this summer transfer window.
Bremer has been outstanding in recent seasons and is one of the defenders who quite look like will be playing for one of the big clubs in the near future and that has drawn attention.
Due to the fact that the speculations are high about the signature of the Brazilian, Torino sporting director is reportedly heading to London to try and entice a bidding war.
The Torino defender has recently admitted to the top clubs such as Chelsea that he wants to leave Torino and play champions league football and get Brazil national team call up.
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