Tuttosport: Belotti reaches crossroads with Milan and Spurs unwilling to pay asking price

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan have been put off Andrea Belotti because of the asking price that Torino have set for the striker, according to a report.

According to Tuttosport (via MilanNews), new Torino boss Ivan Juric does want a disgruntled player in his ranks. A face to face meeting between the centre-forward and Juric wil; probably take place in the first days of August and will clarify every aspect.

President Urbano Cairo has offered a renewal of €3.2m net per season plus bonuses until 2025 so il Gallo will have to make a decision. Either he must stay and renew his contract or leave immediately in the summer window.

However, the Granata are not intending to sell their captain on the cheap despite the fact he is currently set to walk on a free transfer in less than a year. There is talk of a €30-35m asking but Milan, Roma, Tottenham and Sevilla – the four main clubs interested – do not intend to pay that much.

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  1. Milan should reach a personal agreement with Belotti not to renew his contract to sign for Milan as free agent next summer.

    1. Sounds good but that will not happen. There will be someone willing to pay something to Torino and match Milan’s offer for salary. And Milan “will not attend bidding wars” and who wouldn’t want a great +20 goal striker so… Yeah, we will not be seeing him play for his childhood favorite team.

    1. Leave this Italian thing.
      I was an apostle of having many Italians in Milan but now I’ve changed
      Let get him to help our attack and make us to win something that’s what I’m interested of.
      Thank you

  2. Agree with you guys: no more Italian core. Just 1 starter (Calabria) and Romagnoli, Tonali. We should do something: exchange with unwanted players or sign a pre-contract that says: Belloti, you are the heir of Zlatan!

  3. Would be great for the long term and I really wish he’d been a priority this summer, but I suspect Giroud signing means he’s definitely not on Milan’s radar this year. Just hope he doesn’t move to Tottenham whilst Kane is there; Sevilla and Roma would be good for him too.

  4. Looking at his performance at the Euros i won’t give more than £15 million especially with one year on his contract

  5. Signing him would be great. Skilled and experienced cf + expressing scores even for a mid-class club + at his best age + Italian + familiar with Serie A + keen to play in CL for top club.

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