Patrick Cutrone is gradually settling in to life in the Premier League with Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The Italian joined the club from AC Milan earlier this summer for a reported fee of £16 million (BBC Sport), much to the delight of the club’s fans.
Cutrone has arrived at Molineux with a big reputation and could be a fine signing for the future.
He hit his first goal of the season against Chelsea recently, and has shown mere glimpses of his talent for the Black Country club so far.
One man who was surprised by Cutrone’s switch to England was Raoul Bellanova, a 19-year-old right-back who was on the books at Milan before sealing a move to Bordeaux earlier this summer.
He told TuttoCalcio of his former friend: “He gave so much to Milan and the fans have always loved him, I honestly didn’t understand the choice to send him away for another young man like Leao.”
It seemed a strange decision by Milan to offload Cutrone given his popularity with the fans.
At the moment the Rossoneri are struggling over in Serie A having lost two of their opening four games. They have scored just twice and appear to be missing the 21-year-old slightly.
Cutrone is a player full of promise and probably needs a season to adapt – being a young player coming from a foreign league – before being judged properly.