Patrick Cutrone has officially returned to Wolves after cutting short his loan spell at Fiorentina.

The striker was struggling for minutes with the Serie A club, whom he was supposed to be with until the end of the 2020/21 campaign.

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In total Cutrone made 34 appearances for the club after joining them last January, and scored five goals.

The move didn’t really work out, and Wolves have taken the decision to bring the former AC Milan star back to Molineux, where he will now be back involved with the first-team, rather than head out elsewhere.

It seems Nuno is ready to put his faith in the Italian to cover for Raul Jimenez, who is recovering from a fractured skull.

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Cutrone initially struggled to hit the ground running in gold and black, with Jimenez’s form and consistency making life difficult for him.

 

But with the Mexican now unavailable, he could get the run in the side he always needed, with Fabio Silva to come on in games as a substitute.

It is a decision more and more Wolves fans are getting on board with, amid the many links to other strikers at the moment.

Cutrone has today taken to Instagram to acknowledge his return to the Black Country, cheekily writing ‘Hi guys, the pasta merchant’s back’ in homage to the chant fans have for the 23-year-old:

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