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Wolves: Patrick Cutrone keen to secure permanent move

Wolves: Patrick Cutrone keen to secure permanent move - Wolves News

Wolves striker Patrick Cutrone has admitted that he aims to secure a permanent move to Valencia.

Cutrone to Mestalla?

The 23-year-old has been a bit-part figure at Molineux since his £16m move from AC Milan in 2019, starting just six games during that timeframe.

From 28 appearances, Cutrone has scored just three times which has seen him been sent out on loan to the likes of Serie A side Fiorentina – and currently Valencia in Spain.

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The Italian centre-forward is yet to get going at the Mestalla but was open and honest in a recent interview he did concerning his future.

When asked whether he wants to sign permanently with Los Murciélagos, he told AS (via Sport Witness): “Of course, it’s my objective.

“I want to do well on the pitch to stay, that’s what I want. As soon as I heard about the interest, I said yes. Nuno also spoke to me very well about the club.

“I know the importance of Valencia, its history. For different reasons, I changed teams several times.

“I want to give back to Valencia the confidence they gave me, to earn my continuity. I am happy. I will give everything to stay here.”

Transfer Tavern Verdict

It is a great shame that things haven’t worked out for Cutrone at Wolves, considering the substantial fee that Nuno used in his budget to bring him to the West Midlands.

Cutrone hasn’t helped himself though, pointing the finger at the manager for his downfall at the club – rather than take some responsibility for himself to knuckle down and perform.

Because of this, the Italian’s departure would be the best move for both parties.

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