Earlier today, we relayed news from Italy that Patrick Cutrone was a target for Parma, who could take advantage of the fact FIFA have allowed players to play for three separate clubs this season.
Loaned to Fiorentina last season, the striker failed to impress and was brought back by Wolverhampton Wanderers earlier on in the January transfer window, officially to provide squad depth in Raúl Jiménez’s absence.
The arrival of Willian José has changed that, however, and now it appears two clubs are keen on him, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.
Taking to his website, the Italian journalist claims both Parma and Udinese are after Cutrone, stating the former are ‘very interested’, while the latter ‘really like’ what he has to offer.
While the Wolves forward seems set to leave, they will have to wait until Willian José officially gets his work permit, which Di Marzio reckons will be sometimes either on Monday or Tuesday.