Patrick Cutrone said “it was a great sensation” to write in his debut at Fiorentina and revealed that he was “delighted” with the move to Artemio Franchi.
The former Milan striker scored during the 2-1 victory against Atalanta and helped Viola move on to the last eight of the Coppa Italia in this period.
Despite having presented himself to his new fans yesterday, he met with journalists today to discuss the decision to return to Italy.
“Nothing is easy in football, like life in general,” Cutrone said at a press conference. “I have always trained 100 percent, to be ready.
“It was a great feeling to mark in my debut and I hope to continue like this. I take one game at a time and day to day. My goals are the same as those of the team.
“I want to improve, even in what I am better at. I know that I can improve in many areas and I will do my best to improve.”
Cutrone returned to Italy after only six months in Wolverhampton, but decided to thank both the Wolves and the Rossoneri.
“The best answers are given in the field. I have to thank Milan and Wolverhampton, ”he added. “They gave me confidence and these things happen in football.
“However, I have to thank you, because I grow up every day.”
Cutrone hopes that his performances with Fiorentina can lead to a place in the Italian team for Euro 2020 this summer.
“[I came back] also for the Azzurri, but especially to have a new challenge and show that I can do well, “he said.” Wolverhampton no longer trusted me and, therefore, I immediately said yes to Fiorentina.
“I am delighted to have made this decision. I want to do well here. “
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