AC Milan and Andrea Belotti are a never ending story. The Rossoneri are ready to offer two of the most promising youngsters in Italy, plus Niang, for Torino’s striker.
The Rossoneri were close to signing Andrea Belotti last summer but Torino’s persistent demand of 100 million euros (his release clause for foreign clubs) was the key reason that negotiations failed. Now, after one year and with only 10 goals scored this season, things have changed. AC Milan have reiterated their interest in the Italy international and a deal can be closed for no more than 70 million euros this time.
However the Rossoneri want to conduct a cash-less deal offering instead two promising talents Patrick Cutrone and Manuel Locatelli in exchange for Andrea Belotti. Coach Walter Mazzarri wants to bring at Torino the two youngsters of AC Milan to strengthen his squad for next season and is open to making an exchange.
A deal is even more likely this time because Torino must also pay 15 million euros to make M’baye Niang’s move permanent in the summer. Calciomercato.com reports that both clubs will soon hold a meeting and AC Milan will try to include the 24 year old striker in a swap deal.