Wonderkid AC Milan Want To Be Ahead With Belotti
AC Milan’s young striker, Patrick Cutrone, admits to admiring Torino’s goalscoring machine and Italian national team Andrea Belotti. Cutrone longed for a duet with Belotti on the front lines.
Belotti is bound to a contract release clause of 100 million euros. AC Milan was linked with Belotti, but disagreed about the transfer fee.
“Belotti is a striker I like, I do not expect to steal his place in the national team, but play together,” said Cutrone to Premium Sport, as reported by Calciomercato.
Cutrone seduces Belotti to land at the San Siro one day. The 19-year-old is confident the Rossoneri’s front line will be better with the presence of Belotti.
“If he comes to Milan, it will be better,” the player born in Como, Italy. Cutrone stealing attention because it can penetrate the senior team of AC Milan at a very young age. He is often even lowered as a starter, beating expensive recruits like Andre Silva and Nikola Kalinic. In total, this season he has been deployed in eight games.
Not just downgraded, the original players coached AC Milan’s academy also managed to score four goals and two assists. Two goals of which he printed in the arena of Serie A.
Scintillating Since Junior
AC Milan, Serie A, Patrick Cutrone
Cutrone achievement is continuing his brilliant career since still in teenage team. In the Milan Primavera team, before drawn to the senior team, the player who also idolized Alvaro Morata is recorded scored 43 goals and 6 assists in 67 appearances.
In the Italian national team, Cutrone is also always reliable. In the U-15 national team, he scored 7 goals in 10 appearances over the range February to November 2013. For the U-16 national team, he contributed 5 goals from 9 matches. For U-17 national team, he scored 11 goals from 18 matches.
In the U-18 national team, he scored 2 goals from 3 matches. Finally, in the U-19 national team, he scored 6 goals from 17 appearances.
Currently, Cutrone has also been called into the squad U-21 and has undergone its debut on 1 September.