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Bremer on Mazzarri, Juventus and Premier League ambitions



Gleison Bremer explains why Walter Mazzarri was ‘like a father determine’ and his future Premier League ambitions, however not but. ‘Juventus are the most effective groups on this planet.’

The 26-year-old shot to fame at Torino, the place he additionally labored with new Napoli coach Mazzarri, and had gave the impression to be on the verge of a switch to Inter when he joined Juve for €50m together with bonuses in 2022.

“Mazzarri was like a father determine to me,” Bremer instructed Telegraph Sport whereas on worldwide responsibility with Brazil.

“I got here from soccer the place defence was approached in another way to Italy so he instructed me to study the sport and when there was a time after I obtained the chance. It was precisely the way it went. After a yr I obtained my alternative and by no means stopped taking part in.”

Whereas the primary season was tough, he has now change into an actual chief for the Previous Woman’s again three, particularly with Danilo presently out injured.

Bremer is beneath contract till June 2027 and talks are already starting to increase that deal even additional.

Nonetheless, he continues to draw curiosity from Premier League sides and it’s mutual, assures the participant.

“I’ve a few position fashions in England taking part in at centre-back. I watched David Luiz at Chelsea, a Premier League winner and a Champions League winner. But additionally Vincent Kompany in all of the years he performed at Manchester Metropolis,” Bremer stated.

“I like La Liga and the Premier League, however the Premier League is a really thrilling championship and I watch loads of matches and they’re very entertaining. Sooner or later I wish to play within the Premier League however proper now I’m targeted on Juventus and successful trophies with them, we’re the most effective groups on this planet.”

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Bremer reveals he was named after the previous Germany and Inter defender Andreas Brehme, albeit with a unique spelling.

As he lived in Bahia, not one of many powerhouses of Brazilian soccer, he didn’t get to play for an actual membership till the age of 16.

“On the streets, I learnt how to not lose. I learnt how one can be aggressive with soccer within the streets. I additionally learnt how one can be just a little bit sneaky. You may elude your opponents and generally the referee.”