Andrea Belotti, an Italian international striker, has been offered a move to England by several Premier League clubs.
The 28-year-old is currently a free agent after departing Torino last month after a remarkable seven-year stint with the Serie A club.
Several Premier League clubs have expressed interest in Andrea Belotti.
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After leaving Torino, the Euro 2020 winner is available for free.
Sun Sport can now exclusively reveal that he and his agents want to bring the hitman to these shores.
Newcastle United, Everton United, and West Ham United have all been offered the Euro 2020 winner, with all three clubs in desperate need of a forward.
Belotti, who has 12 goals in 44 caps for Italy, scored 100 goals in 232 appearances for Torino before turning down a new contract to pursue a new challenge elsewhere.
And he now wants to replicate his goal-scoring exploits in the Premier League, with his advisors contacting a number of clubs to offer his services.
Newcastle manager Eddie Howe is currently praying for an injury-free season for Callum Wilson after being forced to rethink his forward options.
The Magpies manager will risk starting the new season with Wilson – who has started just 51% of Premier League games in the last two seasons – and Chris Wood after being quoted inflated figures for their transfer targets.
Dwight Gayle has also left the club for Stoke City, making the ex-Palermo ace an appealing option – as would Everton.
This summer, Toffees manager Frank Lampard lost attacker Richarlison to Tottenham.
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And, following Wednesday’s 4-0 loss to MLS side Minnesota United, he admitted that he is desperate for attacking reinforcements.
However, the proposal could jolt West Ham manager David Moyes into action as he seeks a replacement striker for Michail Antonio.
They made a bid of around £35 million for Sassuolo striker Gianluca Scamacca, but his club is hoping for at least £43 million for the player dubbed the “next Zlatan Ibrahimovic.”
So the prospect of bringing in Belotti for nothing could be too tempting for the Hammers as they try to balance another top-six challenge with a European campaign.