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Wolves: Fans fume over Patrick Cutrone’s return to Molineux

Wolves: Fans fume over Patrick Cutrone’s return to Molineux - Premier League

Many Wolves fans were left raging about the news that striker Patrick Cutrone was to return to the West Midlands.

DiMarzio reported on Wednesday that the Black Country club’s £23m summer signing in 2019 could return to Nuno Espirito Santo’s side after a brief loan spell at Serie A side Fiorentina.

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This was officially confirmed by the club early on Thursday morning as the team aims to fill the void left by Raul Jimenez, who was ruled out with a fractured skull during their 2-1 win against Arsenal at the end of November.

During his time with La Viola, the Italian striker has scored just five goals and provided three assists in 34 appearances (TransferMarkt), and has yet to score from just 11 appearances from the bench during the current campaign (Whoscored).

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As a result, supporters were furious with the news, with some fans questioning about his overall capabilities in a gold and black shirt.

Fans not impressed with Cutrone return

“I hope this is a joke….Still no Serie A goals thus far this season in a less competitive and superior league”

Credit: @DazPhillips2

“We are turning into the joke of the league this season.”


“He failed in Italy”

Credit: @calwwfc_

“Wow what ambition wolves are showing MGW and now Cutrone”

Credit: @satsomboon

“Yeah, Sheffield Utd fans are laughing their heads off at us.”

Credit: @WolvesTeesPats

“Would love for him to return and prove a point. However, I don’t think Cutrone is the man for the job.”

Credit: @heycitizen

In other news, Wolves fans are keen to see the back of ‘inconsistent’ ace during the January transfer window.

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