Patrick Cutrone returned to Wolverhampton Wanderers after Fiorentina cut short his loan stay earlier this month.
Over the past week or so, Udinese and Parma have been credited with an interest in getting the striker back to Serie A.
On Thursday, Sky Italia reported the club owned by the Pozzo family are in the lead for the 23-year-old’s services.
Parma were believed to be ahead in the race, but they have decided to look at other targets to strengthen their attacking position.
Gianluca Di Marzio has once again stated Parma are shifting their focus elsewhere and also provides a fresh update on Udinese’s effort to land the Wolves man.
Udinese have signed Fernando Llorente this week and they look to further strengthen the squad by signing the former AC Milan frontman.
It’s claimed Cutrone is ‘getting closer and closer’ to the Serie A club.
The website also explains ‘there is still work to be done’ in securing the Italian’s signature because Nuno Espírito Santo’s side ‘should contribute’ to get the deal over the line.
There’s no explanation as to what sort of contribution is expected from Wolves.