Figures behind Roma’s offer to Belotti

Roma are hoping to close out a deal for free agent Andrea Belotti next week after sending a concrete contract offer to the former Torino captain.

The 28-year-old Italian is currently a free agent after his contract expired with the Granata earlier this month, ending a seven-year association with the Turin side. He was heavily linked with a transfer to Monaco earlier this summer but a move ultimately failed to materialise, leaving him unattached still.

As reported by, Roma have identified Belotti as their top option to rotate with Tammy Abraham and they’re hoping to finalise his arrival next week, once Eldor Shomurodov has completed his loan move to Bologna.

Roma have offered Belotti a two-year contract with an option for a third that starts with a salary of €2.8m net per season and rises to €3.5m. The Italian forward and his wife, who manages his affairs, are now considering the offer and are expected to respond next week. The Giallorossi are feeling optimistic and believe an agreement is close. 

Valencia and Villarreal are both also keen to pick up Belotti and reportedly are willing to pay him more, but the 28-year-old wants to stay in Serie A. 

11 Comments on “Figures behind Roma’s offer to Belotti”

  1. I think he will regain his form with this team and coach. He has a lot of good years left. He tried to stay loyal longer than he should have knowing they were not building a team around him in Turin.

  2. A very good transfer window so far and Belotti will be an excellent addition. We dont need Wijnaldum though. Sell Veretout, Diawara, Vina, Shomurodov, Kluivert and Villar. Use that money to buy Frattesi and there will still be money left. Edo Bove should also be afforded a lot more playing time with this approach. Forza Roma.

  3. Roma16 I totally 100% agree 👍

    Belotti I feel lost motivation at Torino as Cairo wanted a mad amount of money for him almost trapping him there, There has always been a good player there and hopefully he can rediscover his goal scoring form in a very strong Roma team, Would like to see more of Bove and Maybe even Tripi also, do that and Roma have a great mix, let’s see.

  4. @Roma 16 and Villarusso …

    You are both absolutely correct!

    @Sal, Martino, Fred, and Muhammad

    Absolutely correct, as well! Roma.has conducted very good player transfer business.


    I happen to agree with most of posts by the way. I just happen to have read more of them and you seem like you could have helped the Nazionale choose a different penaly taker during our failed WC qualification campaign.

    Honestly, I felt as if though Bonucci should have taken the penalty vs. Switzerland in Rome. He was deadly against Spain with his placement in the upper corner.

  5. Good Signing, though they should have tried to sell Abraham they could have got good money from EPL clubs, and this Wjandulum Signing is Poor Signing + Wasting of Money, The guy sucks big time. And Why Sign him when you have Pelegrini & Zaniolo how can play the same position?

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