Milan striker Patrick Cutrone isn’t convinced by a move to Wolves, which could reportedly have an impact on the Angel Correa deal.
The Rossoneri are keen to sign the Atletico Madrid forward, but with a €55m asking price they’ll need to sell players before they can buy.
It was reported this week that super-agent Jorge Mendes is working on moving André Silva to Monaco and Cutrone to the Premier League, as well as pushing for Correa to join Milan.
Today though calciomercato.com reports that Cutrone isn’t convinced by a move to Molineux, having ben contacted by Wolves a month ago.
There is still expected to be a meeting with Atleti next week though, with sporting director Andrea Berta expected to be in Milan next week.
The Diavolo could meet with him on Tuesday to discuss the deal for Correa, who is very keen to move to San Siro.
The main topic of discussion will be the formula of the deal, as Milan would probably need to do an initial loan deal to spread the cost over several financial years.
Coach Marco Giampaolo has given his backing to Correa, who has also impressed Paolo Maldini and Daniele Massara.
Elliott Management, the hedge fund which owns the club, have also been convinced because at 24 Correa should bring in a big fee in the future.