Patrick Cutrone insists “I’ll do whatever it takes” to stay at Milan after a “dream” night, which saw him score at a packed San Siro against CSU Craiova.
Cutrone netted in Milan’s 2-0 victory over Craiova, which confirmed the Rossoneri’s place in the Europa Leauge playoffs, and the teenage striker is desperate to be given a chance by Vincenzo Montella this season.
“Scoring in front of 65,000 fans is a dream, it was amazing,” he told Sky Sport Italia after the game.
“I’ve been training with the first team since January. From the start, I’d been working to improve physically, but then I raised my level and now I’m doing fine.
“Transfer market? I hope to stay at Milan, but the club will decide. I’ll do whatever it takes to convince everyone.
“I like to run and help the team, that’s my job. If I score then even better. I really like Morata and Belotti.”