Four Premier League teams including Arsenal dealt blow as ‘Andrea Belotti agrees to join Jose Mourinho in Roma transfer’

PREMIER LEAGUE golf equipment have been dealt a blow of their pursuit of Andrea Belotti with the striker reportedly set to hitch Roma on a free switch.

The 28-year-old has no scarcity of suitors after he determined to run his contract down at Torino after seven years of service.

GettyItaly worldwide Andrea Belotti is believed to be near becoming a member of Serie A aspect Roma[/caption]

SunSport solely revealed final month how the Italy worldwide is being eyed up by West Ham, Newcastle and Everton.

In the meantime Arsenal have previously been credited with an interest in the Euro 2020 winner as a potential substitute for Alexandre Lacazette final 12 months.

However in keeping with Calciomercato, the centre-forward appears set to stay in Serie A.

They state that Jose Mourinho is determined to signal him for Roma, with the participant despatched a concrete contract provide.


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A two-year take care of the choice of an additional 12 months till 2025 is alleged to be on the playing cards for Belotti.

It has been stated that Roma are ready to supply him £2.3million-a-year, which can finally rise to £2.9m-per-year.

A call is predicted to be made subsequent week, however Roma are assured at with the ability to safe his companies.

The Italian information outlet provides that the Giallorossi have recognized the participant as the right back-up for Tammy Abraham.


In addition to Roma, LaLiga duo Valencia and Villarreal are protecting tabs on Belotti, however he prefers to remain in Italy.

Nonetheless it’s Roma which might be in pole place, the place they hope to announce his signing as soon as they mortgage out Eldor Shomurodov to Bologna.

Roma have loved a powerful window up to now having already snapped up Paulo Dybala and Nemanja Matic on free transfers.

And they’re poised to herald Dutch midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum from Paris Saint-Germain on a season-long loan.