Patrick Cutrone has cast serious doubt over his Wolverhampton Wanderers future.
The striker endured a very turbulent 2020/21.
He started off at Fiorentina and had been due to spend the season with the Italian outfit.
But a lack of minutes, and the injury to Raul Jimenez, saw Wolves recall him in January.
After returning he played just four games, before being sent to Valencia for the rest of the campaign, as Wolves brought in Willian Jose on loan.
Cutrone hardly featured for the Spanish side, and it seems he is ready for a fresh start elsewhere.
Speaking last week following Italy’s Euro 2020 victory over Switzerland, he said (via Virgilio Sport): “I am happy to have played this (U21) European Championship, I had a team full of men by my side and I am proud to have done so.
“As for my future, I’m very excited, I want to get back in the game and do well. I’m very ready for a new challenge.”
Cutrone exit would suit all parties
It would be a huge surprise if Cutrone was still a Wolves player beyond the next transfer window.
It just hasn’t worked out for him since his transfer from AC Milan.
He’s never had a consistent run of starts, and one had to feel a little sorry for him last term with all the upheaval.
Wolves are looking to boost their transfer kitty through the selling of players.
Cutrone – supposedly a target for Parma – will surely be one of those individuals, although he may not fetch much money.