Patrick Cutrone

Patrick Cutrone



Country: Italy

Date of birth: 03/01/1998 (17 years old)

Place of birth: Como (Italy)

Height: 184cm

Youth career: Paradiense, AC Milan (since 2005)

Current club: AC Milan

Squad number: —

Current national team: Italy U-17

Position: centre forward

Preferred foot: right

Market value (by 150,000 €

Tournaments participated in: Al Kass International Cup 2014, 2015 UEFA European Under-17 Championship qualification elite round (2/2), 2015 UEFA European Under-17 Championship (4/1)

Contract until: 30.06.2018

Player’s agent: unknown

Similar type of player: combined playing styles of Mario Mandžukić & Mario Gómez



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– heading Untitled1

– instinct Untitled1

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– strength Untitled

– powerful and accurate shot Untitled

– off the ball Untitled

– bravery Untitled

– penalty kick taking Untitled


Style of play:

– poacher

– one-on-one situation specialist

– indirect set-piece threat

– aerial threat in the opposition box

– killer instinct in front of goal

– ability to be a target man for teammates

– powerful and accurate shot wit both feet

– often uses his strength and aerial presence to bring teammates into play

– likes to try to beat offside trap

– high work rate and winning mentality


He is best suited to playing as:

Centre forward in 4-2-3-1.






Al Kass International Cup 2014 runner-up with AC Milan.


League summary:

No senior team appearances yet.



The AC Milan youth system is famous for having produced many great Italian internationals, such as Franco Baresi, Paolo Maldini, Alessandro Costacurta and Demetrio Albertini. Patrick Cutrone is another graduate who could break into Milan’s starting XI in the near future. He is an old school Italian striker – the style of his play is similar to the way Christian Vieri used to play. He is a real goalscoring machine for “Rossoneri” youth teams, receiving top-scorer awards in multiple Italian and international tournaments. He has appeared for Italy at the 2015 UEFA European Under-17 Championship, scored against Netherlands in the group stage, but young “Squadra Azzurra” were knocked out at the quarter final stage after 3-0 defeat against France.



“Able to score with his left, his right and his head, Cutrone has scored consistently throughout his youth career. Hard-working, willing to chase down balls, and clinical with the finish, Cutrone is the embodiment of the modern day striker. Cutrone has an incredible goalscoring record, receiving top-scorer honors in multiple international tournaments. This Spring he signed his first professional contract with Milan and additionally has received call ups for the Italian U-15, U-16 and U-17 sides. Should he continue on this pace, Cutrone will soon be breaking into Milan’s first team.”



Football Talent Scout potential rating:

8/10   BallBallBallBallBallBallBallBall

First team material in a top European club.






4 responses to “Patrick Cutrone

  1. I think that you should watch some Sporting B matches. They’re currently on the 6th place of the portuguese second league but they were on the second place and they’re full of young talents as:

    -Diego Rubio – Centre Forward (13 gols in 20 matches)
    – Gelson Martins – Winger
    – Podence – winger
    – Matheus Pereira – Winger
    – Ryan Gauld (you’ve already mentioned it)
    – Wallyson – Central midfield
    – Geraldes – central midfield
    – Palhinha – Defensive Midfield

    These are the ones that I think that have more potential, I hope they get to the first team very very soon as well as Iuri Medeiros, Chaby and Ricardo Esgaio that are out on loan. But there are also some players with less potential but still very quality as Dramé, Rabia and Ribeiro.

    You should really pay attention to them because they soon will be shining in the first team.

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