Wolves striker Patrick Cutrone says he’s looking for a team that will allow him to play ‘continuously’ (via Il Giornale).
The Italian revealed that he is working with his agent in order to ‘find the best solution’. They’re taking time to assess their options because ‘the market has just started’.
Cutrone fails to make an impact at Wolves
Wolves brought Cutrone to Molineux back in July 2019 for a fee of £16million. He’s now halfway through the four-year deal he signed on arrival in the Midlands (via BBC Sport).
Cutrone, who has only Italy cap at senior level, has made 28 appearances for Wolves but only managed to score three goals (via Transfermarkt).
He spent a year on loan in the Serie A with Fiorentina before a temporary move to Valencia.
With Raul Jimenez back in the fold after recovering from the fractured skull that ruled him out for much of the 20/21 campaign and Fabio Silva signed last summer for a record £35.6million, Wolves too may be willing to move on Cutrone.
Fan feed Talking Wolves relayed his exit hint, and here’s what supporters had to say.
These Wolves unruffled as Cutrone considers future
“You have to earn that I’m afraid Patrick.”
“Thank the lord worst striker I’ve seen in ages at wolves, him and tree trunk”
“That’s not really how it works Patrick you earn starts with performances. This guy is destined for a career in Serie B”
“Not good enough full stop, wish him well though”
“Prove it, it’s not just wolves who haven’t started him. Problem’s in his head too”
In other news, fans flocked to this update on a potential midfield incoming.
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