Repubblica: Milan want to secure Belotti ahead of summer – January move cannot be excluded

By Oliver Fisher -

As we enter the January transfer window the speculation surrounding Andrea Belotti and a potential move to Milan has ramped up once again.

It seems as though the Italy international is linked with a switch to the Rossoneri every single mercato without fail, but given that his contract expires at the end of the season the opportunity might just be there for Belotti to play for his boyhood club, who are likely to need at least one striker.

According to today’s edition of La Repubblica (via MilanNews), Belotti will leave Turin at the end of the season as a free agent and he will not renew his contract with the Granata, where he has been since the 2015-16 season.

Milan are the team that are on pole to secure him for next season, unless the Rossoneri management decide in the current winter transfer window to bring forward this move by a few months by offering a cash sum of sorts.

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  1. carra says:

    Hopefully this is a joke…

    He has his best time behind him … Shall we not have a team that can regain its place as one of the world’s foremost? Refrain from Belotti and instead buy a player who has the future ahead of him and who can develop in Milan and who is already established and competent but who can develop further … We have had enough of players, apart from Zlatan, who could not leave a good contribution to the team … just look at the last two “old men” Mandzukic and Giroud

    1. Shal says:

      Belotti is not old. He is at his prime age of 28 plus he has huge Serie A experience behind.
      He is able to play and score 15+ goals another 3-4 seasons.

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