Italy failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup after losing to compete with Sweden in the playoffs. This is the first time the national team has not qualified for the World Cup since 1958.
"The Italians are all very sad, as are the Italians, I immediately feel the bitterness and see friends crying in the dressing room, others will do it once they get home," Belotti told Corriere della Sera.
"How Italian football can bounce back with everyone united from federations, staff, coaches, players It's always been an Italian power Will I watch the World Cup Yes, but I will not support anyone I'm Italian.
Stay to Milan
On that occasion, Belotti also talk about Torino who will travel to AC Milan headquarters, this weekend.
"Milan on Sunday? It will always be difficult when you play at the San Siro We know that Milan have also bought some of the top players this year, but when there are so many new players, the coach takes time to develop the team's playing style, Belotti added.
Torino itself is now ranked eighth Serie A. Belotti standings and friends one point adrift of Milan who are above them.