AC Milan recently presented an official bid for Belotti to Torino, valued at around €40m plus Paletta, according to reports. Today, however, the Rossoneri have upped their bid for the Italian striker.
Sky Italia reports that Milan are ready to offer Torino €45m plus Paletta and Niang for Belotti, who we all know wouldn’t say no to a Milan move. The contacts between Torino and Milan are continuous, although Aubameyang remains the top priority.
Belotti has a €100m release clause and Torino would like to get as close to that price tag as possible. Paletta is valued at around €5m, while Niang is said to be worth nearly €20m, meaning Milan’s offer is in the neighbourhood of €70m. It remains to be seen if Torino deem this enough.
The Chinese transfer market closed today and Aubameyang didn’t accept Tianjin Quanjian’s offer. This means that Milan is the only team in the race for Aubameyang. The Rossoneri are according to reports willing to offer Dortmund €60m, while Aubameyang could earn €8m per year.