AC Milan striker Patrick Cutrone has put doubts into his proposed £23m move to Wolves this summer.
The Italian giants are said to working on a deal with super-agent Jorge Mendes over a deal that will the attacker head to the Premier League this summer.
However, Corriere dello Sport reports that the 21-year-old is unconvinced about a move to Molineux, although negotiations are still ongoing.
Mendes is said to have promised Milan’s hierarchy that they will receive between €25-30 million for the player.
A fee in that region would represent a huge profit for Milan, with Cutrone emerging from the club’s youth system.
Those funds are also expected to help Milan finance a move for Atletico Madrid’s Angel Correa, who is reportedly on the verge of a move to the San Siro.
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