Despite the new Serie A season beginning in two weeks, the future of Torino striker Andrea Belotti has yet to be determined.
The Italian international’s contract with the Granata expires next June, allowing him to negotiate a free transfer to the club of his choice beginning in January.
Torino president Urbano Cairo has no intention of losing the striker for free and wants to resolve the situation very soon.
The club has already offered Belotti an improved contract, but he and his representatives haven’t responded to the offer.
As a result, the door remains open for a potential summer departure for Belotti, who currently has two options if he decides to leave.
SportItalia reports that Roma and Atalanta are the two clubs that Belotti could transfer to if rejects Torino’s contract renewal offer.
Roma have already held transfer talks for Belotti, however, his future is tied to Edin Dzeko.
Should the Bosnian leave the Italian capital to join Inter, they would likely try to finalise a deal to acquire Belotti.