Andrea Belotti will stay at Torino unless an offer from one of three clubs arrives this summer, a report claims, and Milan are among the trio.
It seems that the Rossoneri are linked with a potential bid for Belotti every summer and have been since 2017, but now that the Torino captain has entered the last year of his contract he may finally be at a crossroads in his career where he must decide what to do.
According to a report from La Stampa (via MilanNews), the 27-year-old is currently struggling with a complicated renewal, but at the moment only Russian side Zenit St. Petersburg have come forward with a concrete offer.
At the moment there is only Milan, Roma and Inter that seem keen in Serie A, but they are all distant options for the time being, even though Belotti would only accept a move this summer to one of those three. Therefore, the possibility of his stay in Turin for another year at least is now much more possible than a few days ago.
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