Lorenzo Insigne and Bellotti are out of contract in a year with Napoli and Torino, respectively.
Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with a flurry of Italian stars following the appointment of Fabio Paratici as the new managing director.
With both players running out of contract at Napoli and Torino, respectively, reliable journalist Fabrizio Romano has provided a huge update on their future amid links with Spurs.
Romano has said neither Napoli nor Torino is in advanced negotiations with the duo to extend their contract, which could open the doors to their departure.
Insigne has been serving Partenopei for over a decade, and he enjoyed one of the prolific seasons of his career last term, contributing to 30 goals across all competitions. It followed with a brilliant European Championship campaign where the 30-year-old was pivotal for Azzurri to win the title, scoring in the games against Turkey and Belgium.
Besides Spurs, Barcelona is also keeping tabs on Insigne, who remains coy over his future at Stadio San Paolo.
Belotti was also productive for Torino in Serie A last term, racking up 13 goals and 7 assists. However, the 27-year-old was Roberto Mancini’s second-choice in the European Championship as Ciro Immobile started in all games.
Spurs are scouring the market for attacking reinforcements as Nuno Santo will look to hit the ground running from next season.
Harry Kane’s future remains up in the air amid heavy links with Manchester City. Spurs want to keep hold of the Three Lions star; however, City have the financial power to lure him to Etihad.