Date: 10th July 2023 at 5:53pm
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On Monday Ange Postecoglou held his first press conference since being named as the new manager of Tottenham Hotspur. 

The Australian was appointed as the new Spurs boss last month, leaving Celtic after guiding the Scottish side to a domestic treble.

One of the biggest challenges that Postecoglou will face will be persuading Harry Kane to stay put in north London, with speculation continuing to link the England captain with a move away.

In the meantime, it appears that Tottenham are hoping to sign a Juventus star.

According to Football Insider, the Lilywhites are plotting to sign Bremer.

The Brazilian only joined Juventus last summer, but the report claims that he has been a target for Spurs for some time now and that the London club tried to sign him prior to his move to the Old Lady.

Bremer, 26, is said to be one of Postecoglou’s top targets as the Australian looks to add two new centre-backs to his squad this summer.

Bremer is said to be a target for Tottenham this summer

The defender joined Juventus from nearby Torino last summer, having made more than 100 appearances for his former side.

During his first season with Juventus, the Brazil international made 43 appearances across all competitions including 30 Serie A games.

Despite Spurs’ interest, the player is contracted to his current club until the summer of 2027 having penned a five-year deal when joining last year.

It is claimed that Spurs could pursue a move for the defender if they believe that Juventus would be willing to sell Bremer this summer.

Loanee Clement Lenglet’s return to parent club Barcelona last month has left Postecoglou with five options at centre-back – namely Eric Dier, Davinson Sanchez, Cristian Romero, Joe Rodon and Japhet Tanganga.

The new manager is therefore keen to add two new central defenders to his squad before the start of the new season, although it remains to be seen whether or not Juventus would be willing to allow Bremer to leave.

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