Patrick Cutrone was recalled by Wolves from his loan spell at Fiorentina. Last January, the striker, 23 years old, transferred to the Serie A club for 18 months with the promise of a permanent contract and made 34 appearances in the two halves, mainly as a replacement, scoring four goals.
Wolves have confirmed that the striker will rejoin the side of Nuno Espirito Santo, who will host Crystal Palace on Friday night in the FA Cup third round. Following Raul Jimenez’s injury to help Wanderers’ striker choices, Cutrone was taken back to Molineux. After a loan spell in Italy (Nigel French/PA), Wolves striker Patrick Cutrone is back at Molineux. Jimenez sustained a broken skull in a collision with David Luiz during the Arsenal Premier League win on Nov. 29. Cutrone, who joined Wolves from AC Milan for an estimated fee of £ 16 million in the summer of 2019, scored two goals in 12 Premier League games for the club in the first half of the 2019-20 season before returning to Italy. In the first half of the 2019-20 season, Cutrone, who joined Wolves from AC Milan for a reported fee of £ 16 million in the summer of 2019, scored two goals.