Milan news: Torino set to meet Rossoneri over Cutrone deal in coming weeks

08 March at 12:00
According to the latest reports from Tuttosport, in the coming weeks, AC Milan and Torino will sit around a table to discuss the future of Italian wantaway forward Patrick Cutrone. Cutrone, who had a lot of play-time at the start of the season after Milan's transfer misfire of signing Gonzalo Higuain, has barely featured for the club since Krzysztof Piatek's €35m arrival from Genoa in January and, therefore, is seeking the door.

Tuttosport write that a meeting is to be held soon to discuss his future but, providing that Torino have the funds, a deal could definitely be on the horizon.

It has been reported, however, that Torino will only finance a move for Cutrone if either Simone Zaza or Andrea Belotti leave the club in the summer. Belotti is a target of Roma and Napoli whilst Zaza was chased by AC Milan last summer.

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