Cutrone obligation clause was removed

Sat 05 December 2020 | 15:54

According to Cutrone’s agent, Fiorentina have removed the obligation to buy clause, as they afraid of the Wolves price-tag meant he ‘wasn’t given the same chances’.

Patrick Cutrone

have joined


in January 2020 on an 18-month loan for a €3 million obligation to buy for a further

€16 million after 26 starts.

“The obligation to buy clause has been mentioned several times, so I decided to remove it,” agent

Giovanni Branchini

told TMW Radio.

“It is now a dry loan and has an option to buy that has already been fixed, but can be renegotiated. The loan is worth €3m, while the option to buy is €16m spread out over two years.”

Branchini has said that Cutrone is increasingly on the sidelines because Fiorentina were afraid to buy him.

“The pre-COVID contract was agreed by all parties. Fiorentina told me that the various coaches have not been given any indications on how to use Cutrone, but I didn’t believe them and the numbers suggest it’s true. Cutrone has played on average 16 minutes per game.

“It seems strange to me that a team struggling to score goals can’t find room for Cutrone. The player is feeling downbeat because you can’t pretend not to understand what’s going on.

“I am just sorry that Patrick hasn’t been given the same chances as others to show what he can do.”





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