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Wolves face battle to keep Adama Traore as report surfaces

It is no secret that Adama Traore is a valuable asset to Wolves, and it seems that many other clubs all over Europe are keeping a close eye on the ongoing contract deadlock between the club and their star player.

Although Traore has been unable to provide any goals or assists this season so far, the impact and influence he has had on the Wolves team over the last few seasons, in becoming a key player in their comfortable Premier League campaigns has not gone unnoticed by some of the biggest clubs in the world.

According to reports from FourFourTwo, the Wolves winger is on the radar of three of the biggest clubs in football – Liverpool, Barcelona and Manchester City.

With pressure mounting on a signature from the 25-year-old, Lage has made it clear that it is not affecting him or the team as they look forward to the rest of their Premier League campaign.

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The Wolves manager made the decision to bench Traore against Crystal Palace, and was confronted by the media as a result of his choice and whether it was influenced by ongoing contract deadlock.

Lage defended his decision and silenced rumours of a conflict over contracts: “The personality I have, I don’t accept these kinds of things in my role. One thing is the contract and the other thing is my ideas. If I need him to play and to win games, I will put him in again.”

The Spanish international has grabbed the attention of many top-flight clubs thanks to his impressive performances over the last few seasons, with Jurgen Klopp branding the forward ‘unplayable’.

The Liverpool boss said; “He is unplayable in moments, it’s unbelievable. What a player – it’s not only him but he’s so good.”

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Understandably, Wolves are keen to keep contract talks open with Traore, but there could also be an opportunity to make a good amount of money on him, if the player’s heart is set on moving on, with the money being reinvested in other areas of the side that currently need work.

He is currently valued at €20m (£18m) by CIES Football Observatory.

However, the longer this situation drags on, the more uncertainty will linger around Molineux and that will leave the Old Gold fanbase rather worried if they aren’t already frustrated by the interest from some of Europe’s elite.

AND in other news, Lage could secure Wolves’ dream Moutinho successor in “complete” £27m-rated machine

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