Two days ago, TuttoMercatoWeb stated Patrick Cutrone’s days at Fiorentina are numbered as the Serie A side are planning to cut short the Wolverhampton Wanderers player’s loan stay in January.

The Wolves striker has reportedly chosen Federico Pastorello to represent him after parting ways with his former agent, Giovanni Branchini.

Cutrone has made 11 league appearances for the Italian side this season and that doesn’t include any starts. He has been on the pitch for more than 30 minutes only on two occasions.

Local newspaper La Nazione has taken a look at La Viola’s transfer plans for the winter market.

For now, there’s ‘only one certainty’ and that’s Cutrone leaving Fiorentina in January.

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It’s claimed the Wolves man ‘did not hide his bitterness’ for his bit-part role this campaign, and Cesare Prandelli’s side don’t want to keep any unhappy player at the club.

La Nazione explains ‘Cutrone is out and 90 percent will end up at Napoli’. There’s no more information about Napoli’s interest in the 22-year-old, but it’s been made clear that the Wolves striker will leave Fiorentina next month.