Former Milan striker Patrick Cutrone has revealed that he was forced to leave by the club’s hierarchy. “I don’t know what happened.”
Cutrone had risen through the ranks of the Milan youth system, and had been in the first team for two seasons before being sold to Wolves last summer.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, Cutrone revealed the circumstances of his departure from the team he supports.
“At a certain point they put me in a position where I said, “Ok, I have to leave.” Now I don’t know how to explain what happened, but after I’d spoken to the club I made my decision.”
Cutrone eventually joined Wolves, and states that he made the decision straight away.
“I was aware of Wolves’ interest and I chose them right away. In life, you have to make decisions, and I was in that situation. It was disppointing because I had a great connection with my team mates and the Milan fans really loved me.”
Cutrone also revealed his idols growing up, with one being a surprise.
“I had posters of Pippo Inzaghi and Marco Borriello on my wall. I watched YouTube videos of George Weah and Marco Van Basten. I remember the 2007 Champions League win over Liverpool, but not so much Istanbul, thankfully. I’ll always be a Milanista.”
Cutrone scored 27 goals for Milan in 90 games in all competitions.
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