Patrick Cutrone is now playing for Wolverhampton Wanderers, but he’s aware how the Rossoneri prefer to buy foreign-born footballers.
Patrick Cutrone joined Wolverhampton Wanderers on a €22 million deal from AC Milan.
And the footballer is loving it in his new house, but he warned how the Rossoneri prefer foreigners, which is hurting the team.
“My first impressions have been excellent,” he was quoted by Football Italia.
“I was received very well and I’ve already settled in.”
He explained: “I didn’t like living in a hotel, so I’ve found a house where my best friend has been keeping me company.”
“It’ll be tough against Torino.”
“They’re a good team and there are several similarities between us and them: passionate fans, character, pride, a sense of belonging,” he added.
“It’s always the same story: foreigners are preferred to us.”
“For us twenty-somethings, it’s hard, but in any case, I’d like to emphasize something: I’ll always be grateful to Milan for what they gave me.”
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