Former AC Milan striker Patrick Cutrone has once again shown his love to the Rossoneri and their fans for helping him become the player he is today.
The young forward departed his boyhood club last summer, moving to Premier League side Wolves in a deal widely reported to be worth €18m.
However, he struggled to settle in England and was subsequently loaned back to Italy, where Rocco Commiso’s Fiorentina were willing to take him.
He has discussed his exit from Milan before multiple times, hinting that Milan forced him to accept a move to England, and even claiming that the club prefer foreign players over home-grown ones.
Interviewed by QS-La Nazione, Cutrone spoke about his past at Milan, the team where he grew up and with whom he made his debut in Serie A. His words were transcribed by MilanNews.
“Milan are a very important club, it was an honour for me to be able to play at San Siro,” he began.
“It is difficult to say what the experience with the Rossoneri taught me. I grew up there, if I am Serie A player today, it is certainly also thanks to them. And I have to thank the fans very much for the support they always gave me, they helped me a lot both in the beautiful and in the most difficult moments.”