M’Baye Niang reportedly only wants Torino, having presented a medical certificate to get out of Milan training.
The forward rejected a move to Spartak Moscow, drawing some barbed comments from Coach Vincenzo Montella.
The Frenchman then hit back saying he just wants the right to choose his destination, and Tuttosport believes he’s determined to move to Torino.
According to the newspaper, the Spartak deal was worth €23m, and would have seen Niang double his wages to €3m per season.
However, he wants to reunite with Sinisa Mihajlovic, the Granata Coach under whom he played his best football for Milan.
Toro are offering a loan with obligation to buy worth €12m, just over half the value of the offer from Russia.
Niang isn’t training, having been signed off for 10 days with stress.