Urbano Cairo says he ‘will do anything to keep’ Alessio Cerci at Torino this summer and that he has yet to receive any offers for the forward.
On from seeing strike partner Ciro Immobile sold out to Borussia Dortmund for €19m, speculation has been that Cerci could follow, with former side Roma listed alongside a number of English clubs as potentially interested.
However, according to his current club President, no-one has come in with an offer and, despite having not spoken to the player, he does not anticipate issues either.
“I have not spoken with him, so I do not know what his intention is,” began Cairo to La Stampa today.
“I expect a good indication of loyalty from him.
“Of course, I have not received any offers.
“I will do anything to keep him here.”
Cairo has been reported previously this summer as valuing 26-year-old Cerci at €20m.
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