The Athletic’s Tim Spiers joined broadcaster Jacqui Oatley on another episode of The Molineux View podcast to discuss what happens to Wolverhampton Wanderers’ man on loan, Patrick Cutrone.
The 22-year-old forward is currently out on loan at Fiorentina but it’s still pretty unclear what will happen to him at the end of his deal, with the recent events largely complicating all matters in football.
But Spiers believes nothing will change with his contract and once he plays a certain number of games for the Italians, they will be obliged to buy him from Wolves.
Here’s what he said for The Molineux View podcast (17/3/2020): “It’s written into the contract they’ve got to play a certain number of games. So at the moment, Cutrone’s is an option to buy. And it becomes an obligation if he plays a certain number of games. So that’s written into his contract. And I don’t see that changing.”
Cutrone has so far played a total of nine games for his new team, bagging one goal and assisting another one under his belt in the process as well though the future is obviously uncertain.
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