Patrick Cutrone has sent a farewell message to AC Milan fans before completing his move to Wolves.
The young striker will join the English side in an €18m move, while an additional €4m could be paid to the Rossoneri in bonuses.
In the coming days, he’s expected to sign a four-year contract worth €2m per year.
On Wednesday, he will train with his new teammates for the first time, and upon his departure to England he spoke to reporters.
“Reading all the messages from the fans made me emotional. It means that I’ve done a good thing,” he told Calciomercato.com.
“Am I disappointed? Well you have seen yourselves, I have nothing to say. I am always ready and charged. I wish the best for Milan fans and my teammates.
“My departure from Milan affects me as well but that’s life and some decisions are taken. I will look to do my best. Now I only think about integrating well and doing well there [at Wolves].
“I’m ready and excited to join Wolverhampton. It’s a big challenge for me.”