On January 25th, we relayed news from Italy that Parma and Udinese are ‘very interested’ in Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Patrick Cutrone.
Later that day, TuttoMercatoWeb explained Udinese ‘accelerate’ to sign the 23-year-old.
Another report from TMW provides more developments on this case. After mentioning Udinese have accelerated their efforts to sign the Wolves striker, the website now states the ‘expecting lightening did not arrive’ on Monday.
The track leading to the former AC Milan ‘remains open’, but Parma are still in the race as there’s ‘nothing closed’ for the Italian’s transfer.
Sky Italia also reports about interest from the two Serie A sides in the Wolves man.
Having returned to Molineux in January after his loan stay at Fiorentina was cut short, Cutrone is ‘ready to leave’ Nuno Espírito Santo’s side and return to Italy in the winter market.
It’s claimed the club owned by the Pozzo family ‘sprint’ for the player and ‘overtook Parma’ in the race for the frontman.
Udinese ‘should lose Kevin Lasagna’ to Hellas Verona and they need to strengthen their attacking division, which is why they are ‘launching an attack’ for the Wolves player. ‘Overtaking Parma’, Udinese are ‘approaching’ Cutrone.