Patrick Cutrone is not interested in leaving AC Milan for Wolves, though a meeting over Atletico Madrid’s Angel Correa is reportedly set to take place.
Gianluca Di Marzio dropped a transfer bomb on Thursday when he claimed that AC Milan are in negotiations to sign Correa as part of a triple move.
The other moves involved striker Andre Silva going to Monaco and Cutrone to Wolves, which in turn would recoup the €55m needed to purchase Correa.
On Friday, Di Marzio offered an update on the situation by revealing that that while Silva is in advanced talks with Monaco, Cutrone will not budge.
The 21-year-old is apparently unsure about the idea of leaving his boyhood club for Wolves and instead would prefer to stay in Italy.
Torino, Fiorentina, Sassuolo and Brescia have all been mentioned as possible destination for Cutrone, who is apparently valued at over €25m.
Despite this, Atletico Madrid director Andrea Berta will meet Milan next week to try and iron out terms over a deal for Correa.