JUVENTUS are on the brink of completing a £35million deal for Torino defender Gleison Bremer.
The Brazilian has been a target for many Premier League clubs this summer.
Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham have all been linked with making a move for his signature.
While Inter Milan were also believed to be keen.
But it is Juventus that have won the race.
Bremer, 25, will leave Torino for their Turin neighbours after the Serie A giants agreed a £35m fee.
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The centre-back is set to sign a five-year contract with Juve.
He has undergone his medical at Juventus' facilities today.
Bremer smiled and signed autographs as he arrived at the facility.
He follows Angel Di Maria and Paul Pogba in joining Juventus this summer.
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The 6ft 2in ace replaces Matthijs de Ligt at Juve, after the Dutchman left to join Bayern Munich for £68m.
Massimiliano Allegri's side also lost veteran Giorgio Chellini this summer, with the former stalwart joining Los Angeles FC.
Bremer's Prem suitors have moved on to other defensive targets.
Chelsea have signed Kalidou Koulibaly from Napoli, with Jules Kounde set to follow.
Tottenham, meanwhile, recruited Clement Lenglet on loan from Barcelona.
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Man United completed a £55m deal for Ajax defender Lisandro Martinez.
While Arsenal have decided to sign left-back cover instead, in the shape of Oleksandr Zinchenko.
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