Wolves striker Patrick Cutrone has reportedly emerged as a potential option for Serie A outfit Parma.
The 23-year-old has only just returned to Molineux after an unsuccessful spell at Fiorentina.
But Italian publication TMW have claimed that Parma have enquired about his availability.
Also on their radar is Udinese striker Kevin Lasagne.
Parma are currently in the relegation zone in Serie A, and are by far and away the least potent outfit in the division having managed just 14 goals in their 18 games so far.
Clearly they are in need of some additional firepower.
Since returning to the Black Country, Cutrone has made three cameo appearances and is yet to start or score.
With Cutrone having only just come back to Molineux, the club will surely not be permitting him to move away again.
A change in FIFA rules due to the pandemic (Daily Mail) would allow Cutrone to play for a third club in 2020/21, but Wolves seemingly brought him back because they don’t intend to dip into the transfer window.
Unless an opportunity arises for Wolves to get an experienced number nine in on loan, which is unlikely, Cutrone won’t be going anywhere.