Transfer-duel between FC Bayern and BVB? Spicy rumors around Series-A

Transfer-duel between FC Bayern and Borussia Dortmund? Allegedly, the BVB deals with a potential new entry of the German record champion.

Gleison Bremer from FC Turin is considered one of the best internal defenders of the series A and is already traded for Bayern for a long time.

Demand would have the Munich in the Defense Center: Niklas Sülees say goodbye to the end of the season. The 26-year-old national player leaves his contract at the ISAR – and closes at a release-free basis of Liga Rival Borussia Dortmund.

Spicy: Even in the poker around Bremen, the BVB should meanwhile. This reports the Italian “Gazzetta dello Niklas Sülees” in a recent report. Accordingly, the interested part of interests for the Brazilian in the past few months have continued to be extended.

The Borussia is now also how several clubs from the English Premier League, including the FC Arsenal, Leicester City, the FC Everton and Newcastle United, who wants to go on a large shopping tour with its fresh shopping tour with its fresh money from Saudi Arabia in summer.

Bremer for FC Bayern and BVB too expensive?

A bargain is not bremen not in the face of its strong achievements and its contract extended only in February to 2024 in Turin. According to “Gazetta” there is now a transfer fee of 50 million euros for the 25-year-olds in the room. Such a financial package would probably not be a high hurdle and for BVB for FC Bayern.

Anyway, hot rumors were rumored in March by a change Bremer within the highest Italian league.

The portal “” revealed at that time, Inter Milan has already reached an agreement with the consultants of the fraudulent professionals. There are only details to be clarified before the change could be officially made.

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Since then, however, around four weeks have passed again – and the future is still no clarity.

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