Patrick Cutrone is on his way out of Milan, with him being filmed as he is set to travel to England to finalise his transfer to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
MilanNews have been all over the story of Cutrone leaving for Wolves, and the news agency sent someone over to the airport in Milan on Monday in order to meet the player whilst he was on his way to Wolverhampton.
The Italian was pulled out of training from AC Milan's US tour, and he looked heartbroken when he arrived in Italy at the way Milan had handled the situation, and it clearly did not help that there was practically nobody at the airport there to meet him.
As he was being asked some questions by MIlanNews, he simply responded "I'm fine. Disappointed? Well, you saw too... I have nothing to say. I'm ready, always."
Apart from that, he also thanked all of the Milan fans for their continuous support shown through messages as well as their sympathy for the way the club handled the situation and practically pushed him out of the club.
He added "Farewell to Milan? It also has an effect on me, but life is like that, decision have to be made. I'll try to do my best. Now I just think about integrating well and doing well there."
Cutrone is set to complete a £20 million move to Wolves from AC Milan, bolstering their attacking options, as they look to challenge for a top six spot in the Premier League.