£30m would be a fair price for Wolves’ Adama Traore in this “crazy” market, says former Leeds United midfielder David Norris.
The 25-year-old has been linked with a move to Leeds for a while now, with 90min claiming last December that both manager Marcelo Bielsa and director of football Victor Orta are admirers of the player.
It means Wolves could decide to sell this summer while they still have some leverage, and Norris thinks Leeds may very well end up doing some good business if they can get the Midlands club to accept a £30m offer.
“I think if you can get him at £30m, knowing what he can do, I think that doesn’t seem too crazy,” the ex-Leeds player exclusively told FFC. “It’s crazy, but it doesn’t seem too crazy these days.”
Traore did not have the best of seasons last term. In 37 league appearances, the Spain international managed to score just two goals.
He did, however, manage to average 4.1 dribbles per game, which was more than any other player in the Premier League (via WhoScored), so still carried a threat, even if it did come outside of the box.