On January 24th, we covered a report from Tuttosport, who claimed there’s ‘concrete’ interest from West Ham United in Torino’s Andrea Belotti.
It was explained the Serie A club’s chairman Urbano Cairo ‘says no’, but the situation could change if an offer of €45m or over is made for the striker.
Italian website Calciomercato brings another update on the 25-year-old and the report will not come as good news for the Hammers.
It’s explained that the Premier League side have come forward with ‘increasing insistence’ to secure the services of the player in the winter market.
Despite receiving offers, Torino have no plans to part ways with the Italy international midway through the season and potential suitors will have to wait until the summer, if they want to land Belotti.
The problem for Manuel Pellegrini’s side is that AS Roma are also keeping an eye on the attacker and the report claims there could be an auction between Roma and West Ham for Belotti after this campaign.