Manchester United have been making wave in the transfer news as they seek to add more qualities players to their squad, against the upcoming campaign.
The Red Devils have been superb since the resumption of the Premier League during which they have failed to loose a match, but yesterday seems to be a bad market day for the Red Devils as they were beaten 3-1 by Chelsea in the FA cup, making the Blues the final contender against Arsenal for the c.
The 20 times English champions now seems to be in the market for a new striker, as they have reportedly shown interest in securing the services of Torino captain Andrea Belotti, according to a report.
The Italian forward has been shown interest by several clubs following his impressive form for the Italian League, during this campaign.
Inter Milan and Manchester United have been reported to be among the number of teams that are interested in landing the signature of the 26 years old, with Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte believed to be a good admirer of the Italy international.
However, Manchester United have identified the 26 years old as a potential transfer target and are reportedly interested in adding him to their squad, against the next campaign.
The 26 years old who still has deal with the Italian outfits till 2022, has been valued in the region of €40m and Torino are reportedly not interested in opening talks less than that amount.
Andrea Belotti has been directly involved in 26 goals for Torino, founding the back of the net 22 times and provided four assists in 39 appearances, across all competitions during this current campaign.
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