Friday 10 January 2020 08:14, UK
Wolves striker Patrick Cutrone has arrived in Florence to complete his move to Fiorentina.
The striker has agreed a loan until the end of the season with a view to a permanent deal.
The overall deal will be worth around £16m, which is what Wolves paid to buy him from AC Milan last summer.
Cutrone has started just two Premier League games under head coach Nuno Espirito Santo.
The 22-year-old held talks about his future with Nuno on Friday and was subsequently left out of the side's FA Cup third-round match with Manchester United.
Talks between Cutrone and Fiorentina broke down earlier this week and the Italian was training with Wolves' first-team squad on Wednesday.
Negotiations resumed again on Wednesday night and an agreement was reached with the player.
Cutrone will be returning to Serie A, where he scored 13 goals in 62 appearances for Milan between 2017-19.
Fiorentina currently sit 15th in Serie A, just four points above the relegation zone.
Wolves could look to replace Cutrone swiftly, registering an interest in RB Leipzig's Brazilian striker Matheus Cunha, while a deal is close for PSV teenager Nigel Lonwijk valued at around £180,000.
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