AC Milan have not yet given up on their hopes of signing Andrea Belotti and are instead being patient in their approach, according to a report.
According to the latest from Tuttosport (via CalcioNews24), Belotti has reached a crossroads in his future given that his contract expires in June 2022 and there is nothing as of yet to suggest that he will renew.
Zenit St. Petersburg in Russia reached an agreement with Torino on the basis of a €30m fee, but Belotti rejected the idea of a switch there, though he has also rejected the contract offer from the Granata who proposed an extension until 2026 at €4m net per season.
Milan are thinking about signing him on a free transfer in June 2022 when his contract with Torino expires and when the Rossoneri will be called to replace Zlatan Ibrahimovic. However, it is not excluded that the Rossoneri, who are still looking for a third striker, could test Torino with a bid late in the window.