Manchester united manager is currently keen on rebuilding the team by recruiting quality players that will add more depth to attacking force to the team.
The 38-years-old Spaniard who played for Manchester united before making his way to become a coach, is aiming to challenge for the premier league tittle in few seasons to come. Despite struggling to make the top 4 position this season, the Manchester united squad have improve a lot more than last season.
The Italian international joined the Italian side back in August 18, 2015 after completing £4.80m transfer signing from US Palermo.
The 26-years-old center-forward is currently on a blazing form for the Torino side and his impressive performance has brought about elite Europe clubs to battle for his signature.
Manchester united are reportedly ready to battle for the signature of the in-form striker, as they are hoping to bolster the attacking force of team.
Meanwhile, the 26-years-old superstar who has been a regular player for the Italian side has been featured in 39 appearances and scored 22 goals and he has created 4 assists so far in all competitions.
Manchester united may face competition from Inter for the Italian's signature, with Antonio Conte a keen admirer of the in-form striker.
However, the Italian outlet adds that United will have to better Fiorentina's £36m bid submitted in January if they are to land the striker, although a £90m release clause for foreign clubs still exists in Belotti's contract.
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