Andrea Belotti has not asked Torino to sell him, so Milan would need at least €80m to sign him, reports suggest.
The Rossoneri have been heavily linked with the Italian international, who has a €100m release clause which is only valid for foreign clubs.
It was thought that the Granata may sell for less than that figure of the striker asked to be transferred, but today’s Gazzetta dello Sport says a meeting with President Urbano Cairo didn’t result in such a request.
Torino will therefore not accept less than the €100m clause, and while players could be accepted in exchange the Diavolo would need at least €80m in cash.
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