Inter-linked Torino striker Andrea Belotti could be on the move in January, with the Nerazzurri’s city rivals AC Milan the favourites for his signature.
This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the 27-year-old will not renew his contract with his current club and that they could look to sell him in January in order to receive a fee.
Belotti’s current deal with the Granata is set to expire at the end of June 2022, and it now looks unlikely that he will stay on with the club past that time.
Should Torino wish to monetize his sale then they will have to do so in January, and the Nerazzurri could move for him having already targeted the player in the past.
Belotti had been a target for Inter in the summer as they looked to replace Romelu Lukaku, but in the end they moved on to other targets instead.
The Nerazzurri’s interest in the 27-year-old could be renewed, although the Rossoneri are also seriously considering a swoop for him in January and could have the advantage for his signature.
Belotti is a childhood Milan fan, while the Rossoneri could also use the loan of Tommaso Pobega at Torino as leverage to get a deal done for the striker.
The Rossoneri could offer €5 million for Belotti, though it remains to be seen how Torino would look to move him on, and whether Inter could also move in for him.