West Ham United reportedly face competition from other clubs in the Premier League to sign Gleison Bremer in the summer transfer window.
As per Italian outlet Toro News, the London Stadium faithful are currently monitoring the situation of the Torino ace, along with Everton, Fulham and Liverpool.
Should West Ham sign Bremer?
The East London club have reportedly already tried to sign him in the past and will return with another offer if the Serie A side manage to avoid relegation at the end of the 2020/21 term.
Bremer could be a good signing for West Ham
Bremer could turn out to be a very good signing for David Moyes’ team should they go in and make a bid for him in the summer.
The central defender has a six-foot-two frame and so should be able to cope with the physical demands of the English top flight. He would also give some healthy competition to the likes of Angelo Ogbonna and Craig Dawson, should the Hammers decide to sign the latter on a permanent deal from Watford.
Bremer is doing well so far in the Serie A this season, winning no fewer than 4.8 of his duels a game in the division, as well as averaging 4.3 clearances, 2.1 interceptions and 1.4 tackles per match (Sofascore).
The 23-year-old could be one to watch for Irons fans when the window opens.
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