Back at Wolverhampton Wanderers this summer, it seems Patrick Cutrone already has new admirers who’d like to sign him in the final month of the transfer window.
According to claims from the Italian media, it’s now Parma who are interested in taking the 24-year-old from Molineux.
12 TV Parma (via Forza Parma) reports that in ‘recent hours’, the Serie B side made a poll for the Wolves player.
It’s claimed Parma had already been interested in him in the past, having already approached him ‘several times’, and now his name has ‘returned to fashion’ at the club.
There are no details on whether the Italian side would like to sign him on a loan or a permanent deal, although it’d be unlikely they’d be able to pay a big fee for his purchase.
Signed from AC Milan in a €18m deal in 2019, Cutrone has actually been away from Wolves for a while. In January 2020 he was sent on loan to Fiorentina, and since then he had consecutive spells at Valencia and then Empoli, having returned this summer.
It’s probably safe to say that Bruno Lage doesn’t count on him, and since his contract expires in 2023, that’s a good opportunity to find a reasonable deal with Parma.