According to the latest news out of Turin, AC Milan have improved their offer for Andrea Belotti, whose release clause is set at €100m.
With Milan being almost the only club interested, it’s hard to see that Torino will get the €100m for their target man. However, Turin-based website Toro.it, focused on Torino, reports that Milan met with Torino today, where they presented an improved offer; a one-year loan, which will cost €20m at first, with an obligation to buy set at €60m. In other words, Torino would receive €80m in total from the Rossoneri.
Toro.it also reports that until now, Torino were not willing to sell Belotti, however, this offer could change their mind as they believe it’s a fair offer.
Moreover, Sky Italia claims that Milan have delayed their meeting with Fiorentina for Kalinic, which is another indication of that their offer for Belotti could persuade Torino to sell.