Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo has refused to rule out selling summer signing, Patrick Cutrone.
The Italian forward has struggled to settle into life at Molineux. Despite being a regular in the squad under Santo, he has made just three Premier League starts. He has appeared off the bench regularly, however, and has two PL goals to his name thus far.
Cutrone only signed for the club in the summer. The Italian completing a reported £16m move from AC Milan.
But speaking to the media yesterday, Santo issued a short response when asked if Cutrone could be on his way out.
“We will see,” Nuno replied abruptly (Birmingham Mail).
However, rather than just disregarding Cutrone, Santo elaborated and explained his comments.
“I wish I could give him more. But the competition is so hard that sometimes you just don’t look at that aspect. But fortunately for us, I think we made a lot of good decisions and achieved a lot of good things.
“He’s our player. He’s here with us. All the things that come out, it’s you or Italian newspapers that put them [out], not us.”
Wolves drew 0-0 with Manchester United in the FA Cup yesterday to add yet another fixture to their schedule.
The Molineux outfit have already played in excess of 30 games this season thanks to their participation in the Europa League.