Wolves striker Patrick Cutrone recently admitted he’s looking for a new club this summer.
He has met with his management company – P&P Sport Management – during Wolves’ pre-season tour of Marbella.
Cutrone did play in Wolves’ first game of pre-season, the 1-0 loss against Crewe on Saturday.
But the signs are that he’s just playing and training to keep himself sharp for a potential suitor.
It appears to be the case that the Italian outfit have to sell before they can buy.
So all Cutrone can do is try and knuckle down in pre-season and get back to full sharpness.
A pre-season goal or two wouldn’t go amiss and Wolves face Real Betis tomorrow.
Cutrone cost Wolves £23 million back in July 2019, according to Sky Sports News.
The figure which comes in this summer won’t be anything close to that if Wolves do sell.
That’s because his stock has fallen considerably since then and the pandemic has hit finances across football.
Bologna are also apparently interested but face the same financial impediments as Sampdoria, which means a bid hasn’t been forthcoming – yet.
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