Torino have reportedly made clear to Roma their terms for Alessio Cerci, valuing the player at €20m, or requesting Alessandro Florenzi in part-exchange.
Tuttosport report that Cerci’s agent Sergio Berti met with Toro sporting director Gianluca Petrachi last Thursday to discuss reputed interest in the attacker from the Giallorossi.
Berti apparently brought to the table the possibility of Torino picking up Valerio Verre and Nicolas Lopez in a possible player-plus-cash deal for the 26-year-old.
However, Petrachi is reported to have rejected this and made clear that the club are only interested in cash offers of €20m for the Italy international.
The Turin club are seen as open to one compromise in a player-plus-cash deal, with the inclusion of Alessandro Florenzi, set at a valuation of €10m.
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