Former Leeds midfielder David Norris reckons that Adama Traore would be an excellent signing for Marcelo Bielsa’s team.
It’s been more than three years since Traore last signed a contract extension at Molineux, which has led to serious speculation surround his future, with only two years remaining on his current deal.
Traore remains one of the most devastating players in the Premier League, even though he managed just five goal contributions in 37 league outings last season, which is under half of what he chipped in with 12 months earlier (13).
But Traore, who produced more dribbles by Lionel Messi last season, remains a wanted man, and Norris exclusively told Football FanCast that the winger could improve an attack that outscored both Chelsea and Arsenal last season:
“He likes them attacking, exciting players that can create.
“They still must work hard, but the way he’s been in the last couple of seasons, and how much of a danger he is and how much he an create, I think that would be a great signing. Leeds are looking for top players and I think he’s a top player.”