MILAN – Patrick Cutrone leaves Milan with a dark face. The now ex-Rossoneri striker will go to play in England, in the Premier League, in the ranks of Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club. Cutrone, who is also a great Milan fan, would have liked to remain in the Rossoneri but the company has decided to sacrifice him on the transfer market to earn the money needed to launch the Atletico Madrid attack on Correa.
The Rossoneri decided to sell it after André Silva's move to Monaco failed because the Portuguese national striker did not pass the medical examinations.
The statements made by Cutrone are reported by the Corriere dello Sport.
"I'm fine – he said in the airport intercepted by the press – disappointed? Well, you've seen it too. I have nothing to say. I am ready and always loaded. Reading the messages of the Milan fans made me take effect, it means that I left something positive. "" I wish the best for the Milan fans and my teammates. I love the Rossoneri fans. Farewell to Milan? It also affects me, but life is like that, decisions have to be made. I will try to do my best. Now I just think about integrating well and doing well there ".
For an attacker who leaves, there is one that remains. Krzysztof Piatek , spearhead of the Milan attack, was interviewed by ESPN during the American tour of the Rossoneri. His statements are reported by the Corriere dello Sport: "I always expect a lot from me, I am happy to have arrived in Serie A and to have scored both with Genoa and Milan. I think I was born to score, doing it in the Italian championship is always very difficult. When I arrived in Serie A my goal was to show great things right away and I think I succeeded. "
Piatek then explains the origin of his rejoicing: "When I arrived in Italy I immediately learned that people talk about great strikers like bomber and" bum bum "for me it means bomber. So when I scored the second goal with Genoa in the Italian Cup I was so happy and everyone became crazy about this exultation "(source Il Corriere dello Sport).
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