- Manchester United might be going for the signature of Torino striker Andrea Belotti in the January 2017 transfer
- The Italian forward has just extended his contract till 2021 at the club
- Urbano Cairo who is the club's President explained that the Turin club will let him go to any club who could afford the buy out clause of €100m
English Premier League giants Manchester United have been reported to be considering a mega move of €100m for Italian forward Andrea Belotti ahead of the January 2017 transfer window.
Although the striker has extended his contract at Torino till the year 2021, but has a buyout clause of the sum of €100m for any club that would want to lure him away from Turin.
Torino President Urbano Cairo has stated clearly that the player is committed to the club, but stressed that the club will be willing to let him join any club who could afford the buyout clause.
Manchester United have been said to have been monitoring the forward in recent times, and the club's manager Jose Mourinho might be making a move for the 22-year-old in January 2017.
Andrea Belotti has been impressive this term for Torino in the Italian Serie A as he has netted 10 goals for the Turin club.