According to Tuttosport, Roma offered €15m plus add-ons to sign Andrea Belotti, but Torino President Urbano Cairo hit back at the Giallorossi saying their proposal was ‘provocative.’
The Italy international is Roma’s main transfer target to strengthen their attacking department in the summer and with his Torino contract expiring in 2022, the Giallorossi hope to secure his services for a fair price.
According to Tuttosport, Roma offered €15m plus add-ons to sign the 27-year-old. Torino did not only reject their proposal, but their president Urbano Cairo said their proposal was ‘provocative’ insisting Belotti won’t leave the Granata for less than €30m.
It remains to be seen whether Torino will lower their economic demands in the future, given that Belotti can sign with any other club in six months and leave Torino as a free agent at the end of 2021-22.
Milan have also been linked with securing the player’s services, but the Rossoneri have not yet made a formal offer to sign him.