Patrick Cutrone to Wolves started with a bang, quietened down quickly, and is now working its way back up again.

Part of the reason for that is Andre Silva’s failed move to AS Monaco. The Italian club were expecting a relatively big fee for the Portuguese striker, but his move to the French principality collapsed.

There’s been claims that’s due to hamstring issues appearing during the medical, and other suggestions that Monaco were just trying to force the price down. Whatever it is, for now the move is stalled.

Milan still need some money, so Cutrone is back on the agenda. It’s claimed Wolves have made an ‘official proposal’ of €18m plus a further €3m in bonus payments.

This offer is still being evaluated, according to Calciomercato, despite Milan originally looking for €25-30m.

However, the player himself isn’t keen and would rather convince Milan he should be staying there.

Despite that, Wolves ‘accelerate’ and look to ‘take advantage’ of the Silva situation.