Patrick Cutrone is reportedly waiting for news about whether a move back to Serie A will be possible.
The 23-year-old is currently in Marbella with his Wolverhampton Wanderers teammates, as the club gear up for 2021/22.
He’s being put through his paces, despite wanting to leave Molineux this summer.
Those remarks came after a season of frustration for Cutrone, who started the campaign on loan at Fiorentina, before returning to Wolves in January for a couple of weeks and then heading to Valencia.
He spent most of his time last term warming the bench.
It is little wonder he wants a fresh start.
According to Tuttomercatoweb, the player has interest from Sampdoria and Bologna.
The publication say that both clubs would need to sell someone from their own squad first.
Cutrone departure to come soon?
Everyone knows Cutrone – who signed for Wolves for £16 million (BBC Sport) – is keen to get away from Molineux, so with two clubs keen, perhaps his departure won’t be too far away.
TMW’s claim perhaps gives the player’s post on Instagram a little more meaning.
It seems he could well be waiting for Sampdoria or Bologna to offer him the escape route he needs.
Hopefully a deal for Cutrone can be struck soon, and Wolves can reinvest the money received from his sale.