AC Milan are still holding on to the idea of signing Andrea Belotti from Torino and have a plan in mind, according to a report.
Milan’s search for a new centre-forward is not expected to end with the imminent arrival of Olivier Giroud, as it must be noted that he and Zlatan Ibrahimovic have a combined age of 74 and therefore a younger presence could serve well.
However, today’s edition of Tuttosport (via Calciomercato.com) suggests that the Rossoneri management are looking beyond the next season and are still intrigued by the idea of signing Torino captain and Italy international Andrea Belotti.
One of the ideas that directors Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara have is to wait until 2022 when il Gallo’s contract will expire with the Granata and therefore he will be allowed to sign for another club on a free transfer. A reinforcement of quality that could arrive for minimum outlay, therefore.