Torino chairman Urbano Cairo doesn’t want to let go of reported AC Milan target Andrea Belotti, but admits that it's not up to him.
The 23-year-old striker impressed last season with 26 goals in 35 Serie A appearances, leading to plenty of interest in his signature, but Cairo has warned Milan that it will take €100m to prise him away from Turin.
"The lad's done very well with us, but he has to stay with us and he can stay," Cairo told Premium Sport.
"I'll only be forced to sell him if someone abroad comes forward with the player's release clause to buy him.
"I haven't negotiated with anyone.I don't want to sell him, but there's a clause. After that, if he wants to go, it'll be up to him."
The Rossoneri have been very ambitious in this transfer window so far, and have already recruited a promising young striker in Portugal international Andre Silva.