AC Milan have once again been linked with a move for Torino striker Andrea Belotti by today’s edition of the newspaper Tuttosport.
It seems that the Rossoneri are linked with a potential bid for Belotti every summer and have been since 2017, but now that the Torino captain has entered the last year of his contract he may finally be at a crossroads in his career where he must decide what to do.
Tuttosport (via PianetaMilan) writes that Milan have never forgotten Belotti even if it seems very difficult for him to arrive in the current summer transfer window, but the Rossoneri are still lurking and could yet make a concrete attempt.
There is one condition however: the Italy international would have to not renew his contract with the Granata and thus make himself available for a free transfer. Belotti for his part is in no hurry to renew his contract and despite being professional as always, from February onwards he could agree to a free transfer with another club.
At the end of the 2021-22 season Zlatan Ibrahimovic should hang up his boots and that is where Milan could come into play, bringing Belotti to the San Siro to work with Olivier Giroud and possibly even Kaio Jorge should he sign from Santos.
Belotti wants to be playing prestigious competitions and would love to play in the Champions League as a protagonist with Milan, his boyhood team. He has 104 goals and 26 assists in 223 appearances for Granata having been their absolute leader over the past few years, but it seems he may have finally outgrown them.