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Torino yet to receive offers for striker Andrea Belotti - club president

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Torino have yet to receive an offer for promising striker Andrea Belotti, according to club president Urbano Cairo.

The 23-year-old Italy international finished third in Serie A with 26 goals last season, and provided a further eight assists in an impressive campaign that provoked interest from some of Europe's biggest clubs.

But Belotti, whose contract runs until the summer of 2021, has a €100 million release clause for clubs outside of Italy, which Cairo suggests is keeping even the continent's biggest spenders away at the moment.

"I chose the clause to be €100m abroad remember, because it is very high and for the moment no-one has come in for him," Cairo said on Monday.

"I'm glad he's with us and hope he stays."

Andrea Belotti looks on during the Serie A football match between Juventus and Torino. (Photo by Nicolò Campo/LightRocket via Getty Images)
Andrea Belotti scored 26 goals with Torino last season.

When asked about the possibility of selling his No. 1 asset to a fellow Serie A club, Cairo said it was unlikely.

"I don't think it is possible, although the player's will is crucial," he said.

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