Patrick Cutrone’s pre-season has not gone unnoticed, and with three goals in four games, interest in the youngster is hotter than ever.
Crotone’s sporting director Giuseppe Ursino revealed on sunday that the club have asked Milan about the status of the striker but were told by the Rossoneri that he is not for sale.
“We asked to sign Cutrone from Milan but were told that the player is unsellable,” Ursino revealed.
When asked if Cutrone would accept a move to Cutrone, Ursino said:
“We do not know, we only asked Milan as it should be done.”
He then continued to hint that another attempt might be made, when asked if Crotone would give it another go if and when Milan have closed a deal for the alleged long-awaited striker:
“There is a possibility of that, I am not going to deny it, as of today this is the situation but it may change in the coming weeks. Cutrone is a striker who can help us.”
Ursino also weighed in on the situation that may take another Milan prospect, Giovanni Crociata, to Crotone.
“For Crociata there is a good chance a deal can be reached,” he confirmed.
“We will discuss the structure of the loan when we meet Milan in the first week.”
The future’s of Cutrone and Crociata remains to be seen, but what is for certain is that their work and progress have not gone unnoticed and interest is subsequently coming their way.