Bremer set to extend with Juventus while Weah returns to action

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Juventus defender, Gleison Bremer is ready to sign the extension of his contract until 2028.
This means he will sign an additional year to the current deal signed in the summer of 2022, with the same salary as 5 million plus 1 bonus.

This means Juventus have become significantly closer in the latest meetings with the Brazilian.
Italian media, Gazzetta dello Sport, reported that the official announcement is expected in the next few hours, before the end of the year, to meet the club’s budgetary needs.

This renewal means he is central to the new Juventus technical project. At the same time, the company obtains a significant saving on the depreciation fee.

Bremer has become the main reference of the new Juventus defence as he has steadily improved, earning himself a place in the national team and attracting interest from some Premier League clubs last summer.

With this extension, Juventus will lock down the investment made in the player and keep the bar of his value high.
In a related development, striker, Tim Weah is expected to make his first Serie A start since October.
The US striker is, therefore, in line to face AS Roma when the Serie A action resumes.
The Turin giant will face Jose Mourinho’s men on Saturday, allowing Weah to earn his first start for Juventus in 63 days.

According to Gazzetta Dellello Sport, Weah, after a positive showing off the bench against Frosinone, will be available for selection, having combined with Weston McKennie for the game-winning assist in their 2-1 victory.
After being injured for almost two months, Weah returned to action against Genoa on December 15 and then followed it up with another bench cameo over the weekend.

Juventus have been a great form this season losing just one game so far this season as they are four points behind leaders Inter Milan on the Serie A table.

The Old Lady are 12 points clear of the Giallorossi, but both currently occupy a slot in European competition next season based on the standings. Juve will hope to close the gap on Inter.

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