Torino president Urbano Cairo has reiterated that he values prized asset Andrea Belotti at £87m and insists the striker may decide to stay even if a bid is made.
Cairo stressed last week amid the ongoing speculation that a near-record fee would be required to snatch the 23-year-old away from the club - behind only the £89m paid to sign Paul Pogba from Juventus last summer - and he has not budged on that stance.
"I care about Belotti and I'm keeping hold of him," he told Radio 24 in Italy. "I would only sell him for €100m (£87m), but even then he can refuse.
"The most important thing is what he wants, regardless of the release clause, and I think he wants to stay."
Belotti, under contract with Torino for the next four years, netted 26 Serie A goals in the 2016-17 campaign.