Reports from the Italian media today talk about the unclear future that Wolverhampton Wanderers loanee Patrick Cutrone has in Serie A.
According to La Nazione, following the player’s falling off with Fiorentina manager Giovanni Branchini, he should look for another club in the January window.
It’s said that Bologna are currently leading the race for the striker, with Parma and Sampdoria also in the competition.
Fiorentina actually had a buying option over Cutrone, but that’s apparently being cancelled. The Italian side will even help Wolves to find the striker a new club in Italy, meaning he could be joining them on a six-month loan or a spell for one and a half season.
Cutrone had 12 appearances for Fiorentina this season, but has failed to score any goals so far.
His contract with Wolves only expires in 2023, so there’s still plenty of time for the Premier League side to try a new manoeuvre and get to a good deal with Italian clubs.