Report: Roma put off by Torino’s demands for Belotti, eye Alexander Isak


With Edin Dzeko nearing a transfer away from the club, the odds are growing that Roma will acquire a new first-choice striker.

The Bosnian international has accepted a two-year contract offer from Inter, but will only be allowed to leave once the Giallorossi secure a replacement.

Roma have been linked to several attackers throughout the summer, but Sky Sport reports that the capital club are focused on two options: Alexander Isak and Tammy Abraham.

Both strikers have profiles that manager Jose Mourinho likes, however, a move for the Englishman could prove difficult since Arsenal and Atalanta are also pursuing him.

Meanwhile, one of the other options who has long been linked with the Giallorossi is Torino’s Andrea Belotti. The Italian international’s contract expires next summer and it’s widely believe that the club will sell him in order to avoid losing him for free.

However, there is no ongoing negotiation between the two clubs due to the Granata’s high asking price.

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