Wolves legend Steve Bull has told Football FanCast that Adama Traore is too good for Leeds and should be targeting at top four club should he leave this summer.
The flying winger still has more than two years remaining on his deal, but hasn’t yet committed his future to the club, with talks over a new long-term contract still ongoing.
Traore, who was once called “unplayable” by Jurgen Klopp following Liverpool’s 2-1 victory at Molineux last January, has been on Leeds’ radar for some time, and their pursuit of the Spaniard could be helped by reports suggesting that Wolves are looking to cash-in on the ex-Barcelona man.
The 25-year-old is still one of the most feared attackers in the Premier League, but only managed two goals last season, both coming in the final eight matches, whilst chipping in with three assists in 37 league appearances.
Despite his uninspiring goalscoring numbers, Bull exclusively told Football FanCast that Traore is still be world class on his day and therefore ruled out any potential move to Elland Road this summer:
“He’s too good to play for Leeds, that’s no disrespect to Leeds, but if he’s going to go anywhere, he will go to a top four club or go back home to Spain.
“When he turns it on, he’s a world beater, but I’m hoping he stays and wherever Nuno goes won’t tempt him, but I can’t see him going to Leeds.”