Manchester United want to sign Torino captain Andrea Belotti. Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær has previously indicated that he is in the market for a striker, with players like Victor Osimhen and Moussa Dembele also linked with a move to Old Trafford.
Red Devils will face competition from Italian giants Inter Milan for the Italy international's signature. Torino turned down a bid of £36m for the striker in January from Fiorentina.
Manchester United desire depth in strike force
Andrea Belotti has consistently been one of the best forwards in the Serie A, with the 26-year-old averaging almost one goal in two games during his time with Torino. The striker has scored an impressive 92 goals in 187 appearances for the Turin side.
Belotti's has been in impressive form this season, chalking up 22-goals and 3 assists despite his side struggling at 15th place in the Serie A table. The 26-year-old will reportedly leave Turin for European football, and Manchester United could prove to be the perfect destination.
Manchester United seem to have turned a corner under the tutelage of Solskjær who has moulded the likes of Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial with both forwards scoring 22-goals this season. However, the Norwegian might add to his squad's depth as he looks to challenge the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool for the title next campaign.
Manchester United currently sit on fifth place in the Premier League table behind Leicester City on goal difference, with two games to go. The Old Trafford side will take on Chelsea in the FA Cup semi-final today.
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