Andrea Belotti has reportedly emerged as Milan’s primary striking target, but Torino are still hoping to receive €100m from any sale.
According to Gianluca Di Marzio’s website, Belotti is Milan and Vincenzo Montella’s “first choice” to reinforce their front line.
However, the transfer expert warns Toro are still demanding €100m for the Italian, or €80m plus M’Baye Niang and Gabriel Paletta.
The Rossoneri, for their part, have offered the pair in exchange but only €40m.
Nonetheless, Di Marzio notes there could be scope for both clubs meeting halfway at €60m, which would be less than the €90m that Real Madrid are said to be holding out for Alvaro Morata.