Torino president, Urbano Cairo, has said Manchester United will have to meet Andrea Belotti’s buyout clause of €100million, if they want to sign the striker this summer.
Belotti has been linked with a move to Old Trafford, as Jose Mourinho searches for Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s replacement.
Cairo has now told Gazetta dello Sport, that the only way the 23-year-old will leave, is if the fee is paid in full.
He said: “I’m not thinking about selling Belotti. Belotti is my player, we only renewed his contract recently. Our objective is to keep him.
“After that, there is a release clause that would make me obliged to sell him, providing someone came in with €100m from abroad.
“Let’s see. I haven’t talked to him yet because he is currently with the national team. We will see how things go, but our intention would be to keep him.”