ANDREA BELOTTI has admitted he does not feel worth the £84million Chelsea and Manchester United are willing to pay for him.
The Torino star is lighting up Serie A, netting 25 league goals and attracting interest from the Champions League’s biggest clubs – and Man United.
Torino can’t afford to keep hold of Joe Hart this summer so they are demanding massive money for their prized asset
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When Mediaset asked Boletti if his giant buy-out clause was good value, he said: “To be honest, no.
“But given the way the transfer market has developed, increasingly ridiculous sums are being spent.
“The cost of players has gone up far too much.”
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Palermo only banked around £6m when they sold the 23-year-old to Torino in 2015 and his price has soared after two impressive seasons.
The forward has also broken into the Italy national team, which would drive up any young prospect’s valuation.
Back in April, some papers in Italy claimed Chelsea had been rejected with a £50m January bid.
And, whether that was accurate or not, Belotti’s price would have risen again and the Prem clubs will have to splash serious cash to land the marksman – whether he likes it or not.