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Rossoneri Round-up for 26 September: Cutrone on Higuain: ‘being able to train with him helps me’

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Patrick Cutrone spoke to Radio 105, and said that he isn’t worried about not having much playing time so far this year and that the presence of Gonzalo Higuain is helping him.

Cutrone said:

As for Higuain, we all know what a striker he is. He’s a phenomenon. Being able to train with him helps me, and I’ll try to steal a few things from him.

I’m building a good relationship with him, and I’m happy to have him in the squad. In training games we play against each other and it’s hard, very hard.

If Cutrone wants to learn from someone, he could do a lot worse than Higuain, that’s for sure.

On to the links.

AC Milan and Italian Football Links

Fiorentina were denied by the referee and went on to lose to Inter Milan 2-1. [Viola Nation]

A round-up of the weekend of Serie B. [Football-Italia.net]

Potential new AS Roma manager Paulo Sousa is reportedly negotiating an exit from Chinese club Tianjin Quanjian. [Football-Italia.net]

World Football Links

Derby County beat Manchester United in a penalty shootout in the English League Cup. [BBC.com]

League One Burton Albion beat Burnley in the League Cup, and their manager, Sean Dyche, blamed the players, of course. [BBC.com]

Tuca Ferretti has officially been ruled out of being the next Mexico national team manager. [ESPN.com]

And now it’s reported that Atlanta United’s Tata Martino is now the lead candidate to be the next Mexico manager. [FMF State of Mind]

Leicester City beat Wolverhampton Wanderers on penalty kicks to advance in the League Cup. [Fosse Posse]