Italian Journalist Fabrizio Biasin: “Bremer Had Inter Agreement In Principle But We Know This Means Nothing” | OneFootball

Italian Journalist Fabrizio Biasin: “Bremer Had Inter Agreement In Principle But We Know This Means Nothing”

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Italian journalist Fabrizio Biasin has explained that whilst Gleison Bremer had an agreement in principle with Inter, that ultimately meant nothing, according to a report in the Italian broadcast media.

Speaking whilst on Sportitalia, via FCInter1908, Fabrizio Biasin explained how whilst people get very excited to hear that their club has an agreement in principle with a player, it actually means very little at that stage.

Inter supposedly had personal terms with Gleison Bremer agreed months in advance but when Juventus came into the picture, they offered better terms and that was the end of the deal.

“He said standard things, we know he had an agreement in principle with Inter but being in principle is worth nothing, Juve offered almost double the salary and much more than Inter to Torino and in the end he went to Juve.

“It would also be nice for someone to say that perspective has changed but press conferences are all the same.”

He then added that if Inter had signed Gleison Bremer, it would have sorted the defence out well ahead of the end of the market and given Juventus a serious problem going forward.

“Inter with Bremer would have completed the department cleanly and left Juventus with a problem.”

There was also a quick word for Andrea Pinamonti who Fabrizio Biasin thinks has chosen the right club to move to.

“Pinamonti at Sassuolo? Andrea chooses a club that can make him grow and Dionisi is a great coach.”

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