According to what has been reported by CittaCeleste.com, Lazio’s interest in AC Milan forward Patrick Cutrone could become a reality in the summer transfer window. CittaCeleste suggest that not only does Cutrone want to leave Milan, having suffered from a lack of minutes since the arrival of Krzysztof Piatek in January for a €35m fee, but he also will be allowed to do so by the Rossoneri; with Lazio and Torino thought to be amongst the frontrunners for his signature.
Cutrone would add some depth to Lazio’s side and provide a true vice-Immobile who can replace Immobile when needed, play alongside him or even combine with Lazio’s other attackers in different variants with the likes of Joaquin Correa, Felipe Caicedo, Pedro Neto and Luis Alberto.
For now, the track stays silent but, with the summer market just months away, it won’t be long before Lazio perhaps make a concrete offer for the AC Milan forward.
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