Torino striker Ciro Immobile has briefly discussed his future after links to a number of top European clubs. The Italian striker has burst on the scene this season, forming a superb partnership with Alessio Cerci at Torino which has seen him score 21 goals and lead the Serie A scoring charts. The 24-year-old currently with Torino is actually owned by Juventus but it is understood that the Turin giants are not keen on making a permanent move, leaving the likes of Borussia Dortmund and Tottenham Hotspur heading a summer move. Dortmund are keen to add to their attacking options after Robert Lewandowski announced he would be leaving for Bayern Munich, whilst Spurs are keen to add firepower after Roberto Soldado failed to live upto expectations. And, the Italy international has briefly discussed his future in an interview with La Stampa, saying: “Torino is a great team and I am not thinking about moving abroad, when I think of Europe, I am only thinking of Torino. If there is an agreement with Juventus then that is fine by me.