If Inter wish to sign Torino striker Andrea Belotti, they will not be able to do so for less than €30 million.
This according to Italian news outlet Calciomercato.com, who report that the Granata do not intend to give a bargain on their valuation for the 27-year-old to the Nerazzurri, or to Roma who are also linked to the player.
Belotti’s name has emerged among Inter’s list of possible replacements for Romelu Lukaku in the centre-forward position following the Belgian’s departure for Chelsea.
Should the Nerazzurri wish to sign the Italian, they will have to meet the asking price of the Granata, or else look elsewhere for a striker, despite the fact that the player’s contract is set to run out next summer.
Torino’s first priority is to extend Belotti’s current deal and keep him on at the club, but should they not be able to do this they will still want to collect a substantial fee for him.