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The Italian striker of Torino wants to play the Champions league football but his dream of playing the football at the highest leave is uncertain by his valuation which needs to be met to sign him.
The Torino man wants to play the Champions league and he is not concerned by his price tag what his club put it on him.
This season the striker is having a purple patch of his life as this season he has netted 25 goals so far for his side.
Though he is tied up with the Torino side until 2021 but the club puts a €100million price tag on the striker.
And in the upcoming days, the young Italian striker will lead Italy’s attacking front but the striker is adamant to play the Champions league football.
In an interview, Belotti said: "The World Cup is the dream for any player, just like the Champions League,"
"I never stopped to think about the weight of that €100m tag, because I always thought I should prove my worth on the pitch and those performances would ultimately set my value.
"In today's world, you hear about excessive transfer fees. Clubs pay €70m-€80m or even €100m for a single player.
"The level of the market has been raised so much in recent years and you hear excessive figures being bandied about."
While the striker is not willing to leave his club after the end of the season but the club president wants to hold on to him,
As for him Europe;’s many other big clubs are there and as per our sources, we get to know that EPL giants Manchester United and Chelsea are there to hijack him from Torino.
These two clubs are closely monitoring on this player.