MANCHESTER UNITED and Arsenal face a transfer fight with Tottenham if they want to land Andrea Belotti.
The 27-year-old Torino striker is wanted by a number of top clubs around Europe.
But Premier League sides are leading the chase with Man Utd, Arsenal and now Tottenham at the front of the queue.
TuttoSport in Italy claim that the Prem trio are keeping an eye on Belotti ahead of a possible summer deal.
Reports earlier this month also claimed West Ham and Everton were interested in the striker, who has scored 12 times this season.
And Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea side could also look to recruit the Torino skipper as a slightly cheaper alternative to Erling Haaland or former forward Romelu Lukaku.
Haaland is understood to have a release clause which can be activated at the end of next season and although it was initially believed to be set at £65m it could be closer to £100m.
Belotti has an £85m exit clause that only applies to foreign clubs, although he could be available for far less.
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Belotti's good relationship with the club's hierarchy means it is unlikely any sides would have to activate the clause.
Instead reasonable offers are likely to be discussed by all parties.
The striker's contract expires in 2022 and Torino are believed to be preparing to offer him significantly improved terms to ensure he extends his deal for two years with the option of a third.
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