Juventus reportedly targeting French defender Maxence Lacroix as replacement for Gleison Bremer

Juventus are reportedly interested in signing French defender Maxence Lacroix as a replacement for Gleison Bremer, who is being linked with a move to Manchester United, according to Fichajes.

Bremer, 25, has been a key player for Juventus since joining the club from Torino in 2019. He has made 110 appearances in all competitions, scoring 11 goals.

The Brazilian is reportedly being eyed by Manchester United, who are looking to strengthen their defense ahead of the new season. United are said to be willing to pay up to €70 million for Bremer.

If Bremer does leave Juventus, the club will need to find a replacement. Lacroix, 23, is reportedly seen as a potential target.

Lacroix has been playing for Wolfsburg since 2020. He has made 47 appearances for the club, scoring three goals.

The French defender is reportedly valued at €20 million. He is also said to be on the radar of AC Milan.

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