Wolves have opted to let Patrick Cutrone leave for Fiorentina after the Italy international struggled for game time at Molineux.
Patrick Cutrone has left Wolves and returned to Italy, signing for Fiorentina on loan.
Fiorentina stated the loan was for two years and included an obligation to buy, while a release from Wolves detailed it as an 18-month deal with a purchase option.
Wolves shelled out a reported £16million to sign Cutrone from Milan in July and the striker made 24 appearances in all competitions.
However, the Italy international started just nine games in all competitions and failed to complete the 90 minutes once.
Cutrone, who scored three goals for the club, was picked in Nuno Espirito Santo's starting line-up once in the past 15 matches and has opted to return to Serie A.
Fiorentina will hope Cutrone can rediscover his best form in familiar surroundings, with the club sitting 15th in Serie A, four points above the relegation zone.
The 22-year-old made his professional debut for Milan in May 2017 and went on to score 27 goals in 90 appearances.
Cutrone's only senior international cap came against Argentina in March 2018. He has more recently been part of the Under-21 set-up.