For being someone who, in the last year and a half, has accumulated one failure after another, Patrick Cutrone, twenty-three years to be completed on January 3, of suitors, on his trail, he has to sell. The misery of eight total goals, including cups, between Wolverhampton and Fiorentina, in seventeen months of few joys and so many pains. Little, too little, for a first striker that Wolves themselves bought from Milan for the beauty of 22 million euros.
The class of ’98, in any case, remains a reserve target for the grenades, who, if they manage to place Simone Zaza elsewhere, will aim straight towards the Cagliari Pavoletti. Bologna, Parma, Sampdoria, Udinese, all ready to take over from the club near Birmingham the loan of Cutrone, from which the viola can’t wait to get rid of. To this list is added Pippo Inzaghi’s Benevento: with an area game legend of the caliber of the Giallorossi coach, Cutrone, despite having to make his way among more experienced colleagues, and so far fairly effective in front, such as Caprari and the right context to grow, and redeem a heap of disappointments that are already too substantial.
Still under contract with the Wanderers until June 2023, the former Rossonero, for whom the Gigliati had agreed on a redemption on conditions, in terms of attendance. Redemption that will not arrive, with a winter divorce now imminent.