The future of Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Patrick Cutrone continues being one of the hot topics in the Italian sport media today.
The latest update on his situation comes from Tutto Mercato Web, who highlight the interest from Udinese in his signing.
They say the Serie A side ‘really like’ the 23-year-old and now ‘accelerate’ for his arrival, even though he’s not the only target they have for the position.
Following the end of his loan at Fiorentina, it’s said the Wolves striker already wants to return to his home country, so that’s seen as a boost for any local clubs who want him.
Just like other outlets have been claiming, Tutto Mercato Web adds that Cutrone wanted to leave Wolves as soon as William José’s move to Wolves was made official, which happened today.
Other reports have been saying that Parma are also interested in Cutrone and should fight Udinese for the signing. That competition should only benefit Wolves to get a good deal for his departure.