Plenty of Wolves fans have had their say on Twitter to rumours that Italian forward Patrick Cutrone could be leaving the club.
According to the @TalkingWolves twitter page, Italian outlet Tuttosport suggests that Torino have entered the race for the forward in January and could make a move if Simone Zaza is to leave the club.
The Italian forward was only brought to the club in the summer for £16.2m from AC Milan, but despite being somewhat of a coup for the club when he first joined given his reputation in Italy and the fact he already has played for the national team, he has not been able to establish himself within the first team.
Do you think we should give Cutrone more time?
Yes, he is young and learning
No, he hasn't impressed
So far this campaign, he has played 24 times in all competitions, but only has 860 minutes under his belt. Within those games he has three goals and four assists, which is actually rather good considering he’s averaging less than 36 minutes for each of those matches.
There was a pretty mixed response from Wolves fans, with most feeling sympathy for the forward, though there were some who suggested they would rather Andrea Belotti.
He's had next to no game time, I can't recall exactly but I'm sure Jimenez didn't hit form until Christmas time, and he was playing week in week out. Cutrone is raw and at the price we paid a bargain. Give the lad a chance. I reckon he'll come good
— Mark Shipley (@shippers1969) December 25, 2019
We’ll take Belotti cheers
— cal (@calwwfc_) December 25, 2019
Don’t want him to leave, his situation is very similar in game time to Traore last season, and look how he has improved with Nuno’s guidance.
— Duncan Norton (@DuncanNorton6) December 25, 2019
He needs a good run here to see how he gets on. No point him playing 3 mins a game
— Tyler crowson (@Tylercrowson2) December 25, 2019
Swap for belotti
— james (@jrs89wwfc) December 25, 2019
Cutrone will be the one that got away and will be a top player in 5 years.
Just shows that we need a second striker that is ready to play second fiddle but is ready to impact now eg Giroud.
— Nuno the Redeemer (@GoldenPalaceWW) December 25, 2019
Madness if this happens
— Tre (@AuntyTwe) December 25, 2019
Wolves have been in great form this season and are still fighting in three tournaments. Many assumed that they would struggle with the added pressure of the Europa League, however, they have managed to qualify for the final 32 as well as be challenging in the league for European places.
With this in mind, Cutrone is surely likely to get more football in the upcoming months, therefore the club will not be wanting to lose him.