Liverpool have been in something of a flux this season. The Reds have had to chop and change constantly and many fans have spent the second half of the campaign just waiting for the summer window. With plenty of potential buys to consider, Liverpool may have delayed moving for Gleison Bremer in case Torino are relegated.
Centre back moves
Liverpool have been linked with centre back signings all season.
The Reds sold Dejan Lovren in the summer and decided not to replace him.
When we lost Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez for the season fans and pundits immediately began pontificating on who the Reds should bring in.
Eventually Ben Davies and Ozan Kabak were signed on deadline day in February.
Despite these signings there’s a school of thought that Liverpool aren’t done and they may look to bring in another defender in the summer.
Liverpool and Gleison Bremer
During the winter window there were plenty of names linked with an Anfield switch.
The Athletic reported that Liverpool had identified Gleison Bremer as a potential signing.
The Brazilian centre back currently plies his trade at Torino in the Italian Serie A.
24-years-old, quick and with a propensity for playing long passes, the defender fits the bill.
Liverpool didn’t move for Gleison Bremer in January.
One reason for this could be that Michael Edwards is biding his time, waiting to see where Torino finish in the table.
The club currently sit just a point above the relegation zone.
The Reds have made a habit out of signing relegated players during the FSG reign; they often represent good value for money.
Liverpool may decide to move for Bremer at the end of the season when Torino’s future is clearer and the player could be available for a cut price fee.