Wolves and Fiorentina agree deal that will see Patrick Cutrone return to Italy
Wolves and Fiorentina have reached an agreement that will see Patrick Cutrone return to Italy.
The Express & Star understands Serie A side Fiorentina will take the 22-year-old on an initial 18-month loan with an obligation to buy in the summer of 2021.
Wolves are set to make a £900,000 loss on the striker with the overall deal understood to be worth £15.3million. The 22-year-old forward joined Wolves for £16.2m from AC Milan in July.
But having fallen down the pecking order at Molineux the home-sick striker has clinched a return to his homeland.
Cutrone briefly returned to train at Compton on Wednesday when talks stalled but the three-goal striker’s exit is set to be confirmed today.