AC Milan target Andrea Belotti from Torino after missing out on Morata and Aubameyang
By Sky Sports News
Last Updated: 20/07/17 2:33pm
AC Milan are in talks to sign Andrea Belotti from Torino after missing out on Alvaro Morata and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Sky sources understand.
Belotti has an £88m release clause in his contract, but this only applies to foreign clubs, and Sky Sports News has been told the 23-year-old wants to move to Milan.
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Milan are offering Torino £35m plus two players - forward M'Baye Niang and defender Gabriel Paletta, but Torino have asked for much more.
Their preferred deal would be for £53m plus three players - Niang, Paletta and midfielder Manuel Locatelli.
Belotti scored 28 times last season and he was on a shortlist of strikers looked at by Chelsea and Manchester United this summer.
Under new Chinese owners, Milan have spent £160m on 10 players this summer, nearly £70m of that being splashed out on Juventus defender Andrea Bonucci and Porto striker Andre Silva.
Milan have also kept hold of one of their most-prized young players in goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma on a revised five-year contract.