Rolando Bianchi insists he has made no decision on his future as his Torino contract continues to run down.
The striker is only tied to the Granata until June and he’s expected to move on a Bosman at the end of the campaign.
“There has been no meeting with Torino regarding a renewal,” the former Manchester City man commented.
“If one doesn’t take place then I’ll take note, but I don’t live for contracts – I live for football.”
The transfer rumour mill is suggesting that Bianchi could join Atalanta in the summer, the club where his career started.
“If they call then I’ll listen,” Bianchi added. “I still feel like an important player and I still want to give the game a lot. It’s important for me to be a decisive part of a project.”
The 30-year-old has scored seven goals in 22 Serie A matches so far this season.
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