Andrea Belotti’s time at Torino seems destined to come to an end but his future remains a mystery for the time being, according to a report.
Calciomercato.com reports that in recent days the Torino management tried to resume talks over a potential renewal but their head coach Ivan Juric made it clear that even the recent attempt did not lead to the desired result.
At the age of 28, Belotti is aware that he is faced with the most important choice of his career which is to try and make the jump to a big club or to stay at Torino and make himself a club legend. Il Gallo dreams of wearing the Milan shirt but the Rossoneri are about to close the signing of Divock Origi and have not yet shown a concrete interest in him.
Atalanta are an option, where he has a great admirer in Gasperini, while Napoli remain in the background. In recent weeks Belotti has declined big cash offers from some Arab teams and Toronto, because his priority is to play in a European competition next season.
However, he must return to scoring consistently before teams of that level fully commit to signing him. Belotti has 4 goals in 15 appearances this season, so for now everything remains up in the air.