- Current club: Torino
- Date of Birth: 20 December 1993
- Birthplace: Calcinate, Calcinate, Italy
- Position: Striker
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Man United keep tabs on Torino striker Andrea Belotti - report
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Manchester United are reportedly keeping tabs on the situation of Andrea Belotti ahead of a potential move for his services.
The Toffees failed to replace Romelu Lukaku's goals last summer. A move for Moise Kean was supposed to be the answer to their problems, but that has seemlingly failed.
Manchester United have reportedly been offered the chance to sign Andrea Belotti from Torino during the next transfer window.
Everton have reportedly failed with an opening bid worth £39.5m to land the signature of Andrea Belotti during the summer transfer window.
Everton are prepared to pay a club-record fee to land the signature of Andrea Belotti from Torino during the summer.
Napoli are reportedly monitoring the situation of Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic.
AS Monaco are planning a surprise move to sign Leicester City's Islam Slimani this summer. The Algeria international has been identified as a potential replacement for outbound teenager Kylian Mbappe.
Premier League holders Chelsea have failed with a £63m approach to sign Torino striker Andrea Belotti this summer. Blues boss Antonio Conte is on the hunt for a new marksman despite recruiting Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid in a club-record deal.
Nikola Kalinic's move to AC Milan has been cast into doubt after Fiorentina rejected Milan's reported pay-plus-bonuses payment method for the Croatian forward.
Big spenders AC Milan have offloaded one of their key forwards, Carlos Bacca, to Spanish side Villarreal on a season-long loan deal.
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Spain international Diego Costa has found himself a new suitor with AC Milan prepared to take him on a short-term loan prior to his switch to Atletico Madrid in the New Year.
Premier League holders Chelsea have switched the focus to Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata after they failed in their attempt to sign former player Romelu Lukaku this month.
AC Milan have reportedly opened up discussions with Bayern Munich to sign Portuguese midfielder Renato Sanches this summer.
Following the shocking transfer of Leonardo Bonucci, AC Milan are far from done and owner Marco Fassone has confirmed that the club are interested in recruiting a top forward between Andrea Belotti, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and Alvaro Morata.
Following the shocking signing of Leonardo Bonucci from Juventus, AC Milan lodged a mega £53 million player-plus-cash deal involving M'Baye Niang and Gabriel Paletta to Torino for Andrea Belotti.
It seems almost inevitable that Chelsea will utilise the transfer market to bring a striker or two to the club this summer. Diego Costa looks set to leave the champions after falling out with manager Antonio Conte, leaving Michy Batshuayi as the club’s only recognised striker. Romelu Lukaku was touted to be the man to fill the void, but following his surprise £75 million move to Manchester United, the Blues will have to look at alternatives. There have been a number of rumours as to who will take up the task as Chelsea’s first choice striker, but who will best suit the role?
Amidst many reports linking Torino's star striker to a move away from the club, most notably to Chelsea and Manchester United, Torino's president revealed there haven't been any bids for Belotti.
The representatives of Alvaro Morata are trying to push through a summer move to Manchester United as he does not have an alternative.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has told the club to turn their attention to Torino striker Andrea Belotti after missing out on number one target Romelu Lukaku.