On April 15th, we carried a report from TuttoMercatoWeb, who explained that Newcastle United and West Ham United ‘remain standing’ in the race to sign Andrea Belotti in the summer.

The Torino star’s current deal will expire on June 30th. TMW’s claims came out before the Serie A side’s chairman, Urbano Cairo, admitted his side could see the striker leave as a free agent at the end of this season.

Newcastle United and West Ham United continue to be named as the 28-year-old’s suitors in the Italian sports media.

Torino Granata have a report titled: ‘All Belotti’s suitors’. Within the report, they discuss where the Italy international could end up next season, especially after Cairo stressed he may already have an agreement in place with another club.

It’s claimed Fiorentina are still in the picture even though their sporting director, Daniele Pradè, denied La Viola’s interest in the player. In addition to this, AS Roma, Atalanta and Inter Milan ‘always like’ the frontman.

Apart from the Italian clubs, the website states the ‘foreign track is not excluded’. This is when the Magpies and David Moyes’ side are mentioned.

Torino Granata explain that apart from Toronto FC, the Premier League option ‘could be more attractive’, where Newcastle United and West Ham United are in the picture to sign Belotti.