AC Milan have made Andrea Belotti top target. Torino’s president will soon meet the player to discuss his departure.
The rossoneri have made 9 signings so far but the transfer market it’s not over yet. The tenth is expected to be the icing on the cake, a top level striker. Pierre Emerick Aubameyang and Alvaro Morata are farther than before. Both cost a lot and in addition they demand very high wages. That’s why, as reported by Sportmediaset, AC Milan have decided to go all in for Torino’s striker Andrea Belotti. He too has a very high price tag but in favor of Marco Fassone and Massimiliano Mirablli there is the will of the player, who only wants the rossoneri.
The Italian international has no doubts and wants to move in San Siro. Shortly, Urban Cairo will reach the team to meet with the young striker, who is ready to reiterate his will to leave the Granata club. This can certainly facilitate the negotiations but the president of Torino does not intend to lower the demands. At least 60 million euros in cash plus several players in exchange while the last offer of AC Milan was 40 million euros plus Gabriel Paletta and M’baye Niang. Two players very much liked by manager Sinisa Mihajlovic. So there is still a considerable distance between Milan’s offer and Torino’s demand but confidence surrounds the negotiations and in Casa Milan are sure for a successful outcome.
Belotti is also believed to be manager Vincenzo Montella’s top choice. Torino’s 23 year old striker finished a great season for the number of goals scored and the level of his performances. He has been an AC Milan fan since childhood and his idol is Andriy Shevchenko. Dressing the rossoneri’s shirt for him is a dream and that’s why he is ready to push hard in order to convince president Cairo to lower his demands and make possible such a transfer.
If Morata and Aubameyang have become the more complicated possibilities at the moment, Nikola Kalinic remains the alternatives. The Croatian is on the run from Fiorentina and AC Milan continue to consider him as the plan B.