Andrea Belotti


CdS: Roma Raises Andrea Belotti Offer

With the European Championships set to kick off this Friday in Rome with Italy taking on Turkey, the eyes of the footballing world will be fixated on international affairs for next month. While that doesn't necessarily mean the transfer rumor mill will grind to a halt, it will have to make a lot of noise to garner any significant headlines while most of the game's best players are busy deciding the fate of the continent on pitches everywhere from Rome to Glasgow to Baku to Budapest.

Reports: Roma Continuing Contacts for Andrea Belotti

With Roma's 2020-2021 season set to conclude following their Round 38 match against Spezia on Sunday, the club's Mourinho makeover seems poised to begin almost immediately thereafter. While Paulo Fonseca and The Special One are busy packing and making travel arrangements, Roma GM Tiago Pinto is reportedly hard at work, weighing up alternatives for a new striker to lead Mourinho's line in 2021 and beyond.

With Mourinho in Tow, Roma's Pursuit of Andrea Belotti Could Intensify

José Mourinho hasn't even given his first official Roma press conference—nor even posed for the awkward airport scarf photo or the always dead-eyed, I-just-woke-up-but-let-me-hold-this “Mourinho 2024” shirt in front of this poorly lit LED screen picture—but the news this week has been awash with the myriad ways The Special One will remake the Giallorossi in his image.
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Liverpool Target Andrea Belotti From Torino

With a disappointing and draining season for both players and fans soon coming to an end, it’s time to look to the future and what Liverpool can do in the transfer market this summer to avoid a repeat of this season. It is evident one position Liverpool need to target is up front, specifically a striker. That man could very well be Torino’s Andrea Belotti.
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Should West Ham be battling for Andrea Belotti?

Despite West Ham desperately needing a new striker in the January transfer window, David Moyes and co failed to bring a new number 9 to the London Stadium. While there is reason behind the decision, the Hammers have already had a couple of injury scares to Michail Antonio and have now lost “back up Striker” Andriy Yarmolenko for the rest of the season due to a torn knee ligament.