Milan are ready to offer €75m plus M’Baye Niang in order to tempt Torino into selling Andrea Belotti, according to La Stampa.
The Turin-based newspaper is confident the Rossoneri aren’t giving up in their pursuit of Il Gallo.
Director Massimiliano Mirabelli was spotted in the stands during Friday evening’s 7-1 Coppa Italia victory over Trapani.
Today’s report suggests one final proposal is being lined up for the Italy international hitman.
It’d be worth €75m in cash plus Niang, the forward who worked well under Sinisa Mihajlovic at Milan.
Belotti has a €100m release clause in his contract, but it can only be activated by clubs outside of Italy.
This report comes just hours after Borussia Dortmund star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang made it clear he was open to a San Siro switch.
“I’d love to come back, but if they are sleeping, what can I do?” said the Gabon international in an Instagram livestream.
He then did an impression of the San Siro announcer after a goal.
“And with the Number 7….”