It has gone downhill for Patrick Cutrone since he left AC Milan to join Wolverhampton Wanderers in 2019.

Having failed to convince Nuno Espírito Santo in his first six months, the striker joined Fiorentina on an 18-month loan deal in January 2020.

Lack of game time in the first half of the season saw Wolves end his loan stay with the Serie A side and they then loaned him out to Valencia in the winter market.

The Italian’s situation hasn’t improved with Los Ches as he’s been restricted to only 55 minutes of action in La Liga, which includes 25 minutes on the pitch in the last five league matches.

‘Cutrone rejected’, reads a partial headline of Calciomercato’s report and in a short update, it’s made clear the frontman is ‘not considered a first choice’ by Javi Gracia.

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Valencia have ‘already made the choice’ as the Wolves owned striker will leave at the end of this season and return to Molineux.

His future beyond this campaign will not be with the Premier League club as the website states Wolves ‘will look for a new team’ for Cutrone in the summer.