Earlier today, we covered a story from Gazzetta Dello Sport saying Wolverhampton Wanderers were ‘testing the patience’ of Fiorentina regarding the transfer of Patrick Cutrone.
The clubs have been negotiating the move for quite a few weeks now, and it’s claimed the Premier League side still trust his potential. That’s why they may want a buy-back option or a percentage of a future sale.
Website Calcio Mercato brought an update in the afternoon, claiming that although the negotiations have become ‘long and complex’, there’s still a good chance that La Viola will land the player.
Cutrone is said to be Fiorentina’s number one target for the January transfer window, and the Italian side now only need to sort the figures with Wolverhampton.
Fiorentina would sign Cutrone on a loan deal, with a buying option of €15m. In case the move is confirmed, the player would get a salary of €2m per season at the club, which is almost certainly a figure quoted after tax.