Patrick Cutrone’s decision to leave AC Milan for Wolverhampton Wanderers in 2019 hasn’t been successful so far as he has struggled over the past two seasons.

After a disappointing loan spells at Fiorentina and Valencia in the last 18 months, the striker openly admitted this month that he’s ‘looking’ for a move away from the Premier League side.

The 23-year-old also revealed he’s working with his agent to find a new club this summer.

Bruno Lage and his men travelled to Marbella for the pre-season training camp and the Italian is currently part of the squad that made the trip to Spain.

According to TuttoMercatoWeb, the former Milan man continues his preparation for new season with Wolves at Marbella, ‘waiting for news about his possible future in Serie A’.

Luckily for the player, there are two Italian clubs, Sampdoria and Bologna, after him.

However, these two sides must sell someone from their own squad first before ‘giving the decisive thrust’ to sign Cutrone, meaning the forward is going to have to be a bit more patient if he is to secure a move away from Molineux.