Manchester City have joined the race to sign Italy striker Andrea Belotti as Torino’s president claims his £86million buyout clause is too cheap. Belotti scored an eight-minute hat-trick for Joe Hart’s side against Palermo on Sunday to take his tally to 22 in 24 Serie A games this season. The England goalkeeper said: “He is a special player.” The 23-year-old signed a new contract in January with an £86m buyout clause for non-Italian clubs with Chelsea and Arsenal also tracking him along with Real Madrid. Torino president Urbano Cairo said: “I don’t think we can raise the clause now, as we only just signed the contract and we have to respect it.
Manchester City join race to sign Andrea Belotti as Torino president says his £86m buy-out clause is too cheap
Daily Mirror | Mar 7