The big clubs in Serie A and in Europe could have an opportunity to land Torino striker Andrea Belotti in the coming months, a report claims.
According to Calciomercato.com, talks over a renewal of Belotti’s deal – which expires in June 2022 – have never taken off nor have they even begun, which has started to attract the attention of some top clubs.
The player himself wants to test himself at a club that are competing for objectives higher than the one Torino are currently, so everything has virtually stalled regarding talks over a new year.
Torino president Urbano Cairo has resisted any attempts from clubs such as Milan, Inter and Tottenham, sticking to his asking price of €80m.
A new deal is not a simple economic question, as il Toro are willing to offer a pay rise, but Belotti wants ambitious club to support him with a high-level technical project. The stalemate means that Belotti’s profile continues to remain on the radar of the big clubs and, with his valuation obviously lower towards the expiry of his contract, new attempts are expected.
It is also worth noting that Milan will have a successor to Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the back of their minds – a top quality centre-forward who offers the guarantee of goals.