According to a recent report from Sky sources, Wolverhampton Wanderers are edging closer to securing an agreement with AC Milan over the possible signing of Patrick Cutrone. The AC Milan star has been heavily linked with a move away to Italy and a switch to Molineux, but there has been no confirmation as of yet on either side of the deal. The proposed move would be worth around £16 million plus add-ons, with the belief being that Cutrone would demand some pretty extraordinary wages.
Milan wanted at least £23 million in order to agree to the deal, but due to FFP restrictions, they will have to take anything they can get.
It was previously reported that Cutrone wasn’t all that interested in a move over to Wolverhampton, but as time has gone on, it appears as if he has slowly but surely warmed to the idea.
Now, all that is left is for him to sign on the dotted line – or, at least, so it seems.
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