Wolves are in talks with AC Milan over a potential move for striker Patrick Cutrone, according to a report published by Sky Sports.
Milan are reportedly open to selling the player in order to comply with FIFA Financial Fair Play regulations, with the report suggesting a £23 million asking price.
The 21-year-old player is highly-rated and is a youth product of Milan. The reported Wolves target struggled for form last season as he went on to score nine goals in all competitions from 43 matches.
The one-time capped Italy international still has plenty of flaws in his game but could develop into a capable player in the right environment.
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo is noted for working well with young talent and it is for this reason that Molineux may be a good fit for him.
Wolves will be looking to build a side that can advance to the deep stages of the Europa League during the upcoming season.
They have been fairly quiet in the transfer market to date with their only dealings being making the signings of Raul Jimenez and Leander Dendoncker permanent.
In all all, Cutrone has scored 13 goals from 63 Serie A appearances for Milan. The record is not overly impressive though it can be argued that it is not bad considering that Italian football is very defensive in nature and the player is still learning his trade.
He does however have good composure with the ball and clinical finishing ability. Cutrone could be a good cover option for Wolves and could slowly be integrated into being a first-team regular by Nuno.
As such this would be a good signing by Wolves and be another exciting show of intent by the Premier League side.