CorSera: Belotti wants Milan over Newcastle or Toronto as Rossoneri weigh up approach

By Oliver Fisher -

Andrea Belotti is ready to try a new experience in his career and both Milan clubs are interested in landing him on a free transfer, a report claims.

According to this morning’s edition of il Corriere della Sera (via MilanNews), Belotti will not extend his contract with Torino – which expires in June – barring sensational surprises, meaning he will therefore leave as a free agent in the summer.

The Italy international is attracting interest from some foreign teams such as Toronto, Newcastle United and Al Hilal, but he would prefer to stay in Italy. He may well have the option to do so as well, because Milan and Inter are still interested in landing him.

Belotti has made no secret of the fact he has been a Milan fan since he was young and that could give the Rossoneri a preferential lane of sorts, especially if they have to replace Pietro Pellegri.


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  1. Shal says:

    Motivated AC Milan fan for free? Sign him!
    Still at his prime age, and well-experienced.

    1. SheerWill96 says:

      Sadly I don’t think we want him as much as he wants us.

  2. Cruzio says:

    Belotti will be a beast in milan shirt. Signing him will be that Milan will make our attack more deadly given he’s strong in the air, can trouble defenders and also very clinical on goal and build up play. His heart is in Milan already so it will mean well for us to have him and Tonali in the team

  3. Dos Santos says:

    Sign him quickly.

  4. Stam says:

    Sign him even if for having a backup striker. Giroud is leaving next year, Colombo not even best serie b striker.

  5. Vero Rossonero says:

    I think Belotti would be a good short/medium term solution. Since the club is on a budget and has a couple of other holes to fill (RW, 2nd AMC, new CB), signing Belotti on a free makes sense while the aforementioned needs are filled with the available transfer funds this summer. Then in 2023 when Ibra and Giroud are gone the money can be spent on a young talented striker to come in and compete/learn with Belotti who will be pushing 30. Worst case scenario Belotti is average and the new striker in 2023 sends him to the bench.

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