English Premier League side, Wolverhampton Wanderers, are set to complete the signing of AC Milan forward, Patrick Cutrone, in a deal that could rise to £20m. Initial paperwork indicates an agreement fee of €18M as well as add-ons of €4m.
Cutrone’s contract is likely to be a 5-year deal that will see him stay at Molineux stadium until 2024. Wolverhampton finished seventh last season (2018/2019) in the Premier League and are on course to gain qualification to the Europa League following a first leg 2-0 in the UEFA Europa League qualification game, and with the fresh pair of legs from Italy, their hopes are high for the club to push above their last season’s seventh-place finish.
Cutrone, who is set to undergo a medical later this week, would surely partner Diogo Jota and Raul Jimenez in the attack of Wolves.
The 21-year-old forward was a big revelation in Italian Serie A after he broke into Milan’s first-team squad in 2017 and received his first international call-up a year later, making his singular appearance for the Nezurri's in their 2-0 defeat to Argentina in their 2018 friendly tie.