Newspaper frustrated at Wolves transfer – Feel player was ‘undervalued’, should have received €25m+

Unceremoniously yanked from training during pre season and returned to Italy in order to complete a move to Wolverhampton, Patrick Cutrone didn’t seem best pleased about his situation.
At Milan since he was a kid, the striker’s departure hasn’t exactly been well received in Italy, especially when they see who he will be replaced with.
While not official yet, his move to Molineux should be done soon for a fee of €18m + €4m, while the Serie A side will welcome Rafael Leao from Lille for over €30m.
Corriere dello Sport on Tuesday are a bit perplexed by this swap, especially at the amount Cutrone was allowed to leave for.
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They feel the Italy international was worth at least €25m, especially when you look at what he has achieved compared to his replacement.
Perhaps more versatile, Leao only has six months of regular professional football under his belt, and while he did well, there’s a feeling he remains more unproven than Cutrone.
All in all, they see this as a poor piece of business for Milan, meaning a great one for Wolves, and it will now be up to the players to prove everyone wrong.
After all, if Cutrone struggles in England and Leao sets Serie A alight in the coming months, the mood will change very quickly indeed.
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