Patrick Cutrone is back in Italy, with numerous photographs and video across the Italian sport media proving so.
He looks very happy to be home, after what has been something of a whirlwind period for him. Forced out of AC Milan in the summer, and looking completely bewildered in the process, Cutrone moved to the welcoming arms of Wolves.
For a while it looked like things would work out well for the youngster, and then the progress expected didn’t happen, with Nuno Espirito Santo clearly preferring other options in his Wolves squad.
Calciomercato report Cutrone flew out on Thursday evening to finalise a deal with Fiorentina. The medical has been taking place this morning, and he’s now able to sign a contract with the Tuscany club.
Initially moving on loan, it’s reported Fiorentina will have an obligation to pay €18m to make the transfer permanent next summer. They had initially wanted a lower fee, but Wolves pushed for their asking price.
After earlier suggestions of a potential buyback clause, that hasn’t been mentioned again.