Wolves striker Patrick Cutrone has reportedly cut ties with his agents, and is ready to end his loan spell with Fiorentina.
According to Calciomercato, the Italian forward is no longer being advised by Giovanni Branchini and Donato Orgnoni, and is considering his immediate future.
The development comes after it was reported that Fiorentina had their obligation to buy clause removed for Cutrone.
The player is supposed to be on an 18-month loan deal with the Serie A outfit, where he has been since January, but it looks highly likely he won’t stay until the end.
Supposedly there are two other Serie A sides looking at offering Cutrone an escape route.
Parma and Bologna have come to the table, and it remains to be seen if Wolves will sanction a fresh move for the 22-year-old, who hasn’t started a single league game in 2020/21.
Disappointingly, he’s made 10 substitute appearances for a total of 181 minutes of actual pitch time.
Time for a new chapter
It seems all isn’t well for Cutrone at Fiorentina, and Wolves should be looking into sending him somewhere else.
There may be a case for him to come back to Wolves and actually cover for Raul Jimenez, but maybe Rafa Mir – who is in better form with SD Huesca – is ahead of him for that honour.
It certainly would be the best move to leave Cutrone where he is, if reports about the situation are accurate.