FLORENCE – What is marked today is the 31st goal in his career but for Cutrone it is much more, it is the end of a nightmare. Last summer, Cutrone was forced to leave Milan, which until then had been his only club, after twelve years between youth and first team. The Rossoneri decided to sell it for budgetary reasons.
Cutrone wanted to stay but was eventually forced to move to Wolverhampton in England. The British were looking for a talented young man to alternate with the team owners but the spark between Cutrone and the Portuguese Wolves coach Nuno Espírito Santo never went off.
The Wolves bought Cutrone for 18 million euros, an important figure for our football, not for England. The Premier League is the richest league in Europe so the Wolves have not had too many problems transforming Cutrone from a young man of good hopes to a fixed bench.
With the Wolverhampton shirt, Cutrone played a total of 24 games, almost all of them, scoring the misery of three goals (two in the Premier League and one in the English Cup). Cutrone was used above all in the Europa League, a competition considered "Serie B" by the English club.
For this reason, Cutrone has done everything to leave the Premier and to return to play in Serie A, a championship where he is still highly appreciated. The rest is recent history, Fiorentina has burned the competition by taking it with the formula of onerous loan with right of redemption.
Cutrone has already made his Serie A debut and today managed to score his first goal in the purple jersey during the 2-1 victory against Atalanta in the round of 16 of the Italian Cup. Also thanks to his goal, Fiorentina eliminated Atalanta qualifying for the quarter-finals of the Italian Cup where they will challenge Inter.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano