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Saturday November 16 2019
Cutrone: 'I am always ready'

Patrick Cutrone assured he is “always ready when called upon” by the Italy U-21s or Wolves, but he “remains a Milan fan.”

The Wolverhampton Wanderers striker scored a late brace in the Italy Under-21 side’s 3-0 win over Iceland this evening.

“I am very happy with the win, as we struggled a little at the start, but then came together and scored three good goals,” Cutrone told Tuttomercatoweb.

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Saturday November 16 2019
Nicolato: 'Another step forward'

Italy U21 coach Paolo Nicolato said Patrick Cutrone “deserved” his brace in a 3-0 victory over Iceland. “It’s another step forward.”

The Azzurrini leapfrogged Iceland into second place in their European Under-21 Championship qualifying group and have a game in hand too.

“I must compliment the lads, because some really hadn’t played much this season and were rusty,” the CT told Rai Sport.

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Saturday November 16 2019
U21: Cutrone double breaks Iceland

Patrick Cutrone bagged a late brace after Riccardo Sottil’s opener, as Italy beat Iceland 3-0 to go second in their Under-21 European Championship group with a game in hand.

The Azzurrini leapfrog Iceland and are now on 10 points from four games, leaving behind their opponents on nine points from five. The Republic of Ireland lead Group 1 with 13 points, but have already played six matches.

Moise Kean was suspended, Sandro Tonali and Nicolò Zaniolo promoted to the senior squad, so there were changes at SPAL’s Stadio Paolo Mazza in Ferrara.

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Wednesday November 6 2019
Cutrone: ' Milan didn't want me'

Former Milan striker Patrick Cutrone has revealed that he was forced to leave by the club's hierarchy. "I don't know what happened."

Cutrone had risen through the ranks of the Milan youth system, and had been in the first team for two seasons before being sold to Wolves last summer.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, Cutrone revealed the circumstances of his departure from the team he supports.

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Wednesday October 30 2019
Milan to sell Calabria?

Milan are giving serious consideration to selling right-back Davide Calabria abroad, reports Tuttosport.

The defender, who grew up in Milan's youth academy, has been in poor form recently and this has led to the hierarchy at the club pondering a transfer.

Calabria has already been sent off twice this season for Milan, against Hellas Verona and Genoa, and his misplaced pass gave away a goal against Roma at the Stadio Olimpico last weekend.

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Friday October 4 2019
U21: Kean & Tonali receive call-ups

Moise Kean, Sandro Tonali and Patrick Cutrone are all in Italy’s Under-21 squad, but Fiorentina midfielder Gaetano Castrovilli is missing.

Kean remains with the Azzurrini after a slow start to his Everton career, whereas Nicolo Zaniolo – also punished for tardiness last month – has returned to the seniors.

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Wednesday August 21 2019
Cutrone: Milan prefer foreigners

Patrick Cutrone claims he was ousted because Milan ‘prefer foreigners’ and sees ‘similarities’ between Wolverhampton Wanderers and European rivals Torino.

Cutrone recently joined Wolves in a €22m deal and is currently preparing for a Europa League playoff tie with Toro, whom he knows well from his time at Milan.

“My first impressions have been excellent,” he told Gazzetta dello Sport.

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Thursday August 8 2019
Cutrone makes winning Wolves start

Patrick Cutrone made a winning start for Wolverhampton Wanderers, debuting in a 4-0 win against Pyunik in the Europa League.

Cutrone recently joined Wolves from Milan in a €23m deal and was given his competitive debut on Thursday, coming on as a second-half substitute in Armenia.

The striker made an instant impact, winning a penalty for Ruben Neves to stroke home, thus ensuring a strong advantage for the Premier League side in their Europa League third-round qualifier.

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Wednesday August 7 2019
Report: Wolves bid for Kessie accepted

Wolves have reportedly agreed a €25m plus €3m bonus fee for Franck Kessie, but the Milan midfielder wants a big salary increase.

According to Sportitalia transfer expert Alfredo Pedullà, the Rossoneri accepted the offer of €25m plus €3m in various add-ons.

However, it’s a race against time to get the contract finalised ahead of the Premier League deadline, which is on Thursday at 17.00 UK time.

The Ivory Coast international currently earns €2.5m per year, but is said to be asking for a wage closer to €4m.

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Wednesday August 7 2019
Agent: 'Cutrone was a bargain'

Patrick Cutrone’s agent confirms Napoli also wanted the former Milan striker, but he feels Wolves “got the better of the deal” for €23m.

The transfer to Wolverhampton Wanderers was completed for a reported €18m plus €5m in various bonuses.

“The decision was tied to the opportunity to play regular first-team football, as Patrick is 21 years old and needs to play in order to grow,” agent Donato Orgnoni told Radio Kiss Kiss Napoli.

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