Express and Star journalist Luke Hatfield believes that Wolves are more than happy to keep hold of winger Adama Traore this summer.
Traore featured for Wolves on 41 occasions last season, scoring three goals and providing three assists, but has been linked with a move away from Molineux this summer.
The Daily Mail reported that should Harry Kane leave Tottenham in this transfer window, then Wolves are braced for an approach from Spurs for Traore.
The Spain international has two years left on his current deal with Wolves and Hatfield believes that the club value him highly, telling Football FanCast: “Yeah, I think he’s very much in a similar boat to Ruben Neves, in the fact that Wolves obviously value him highly, if they were to sell, they’d want a big fee and if no one’s willing to meet that then they’re happy to keep hold of him.
“The only difference is with Traore is that his contract still hasn’t been signed so he’s slowly running that down and it puts Wolves in a weaker and weaker position regarding him.”
The winger played the full 90 minutes of Wolves’ first Premier League match of the new campaign against Leicester City, and also featured in pre-season, so is clearly in the plans of new manager Bruno Lage.
Lage and Wolves have been active in the market this summer, signing five new players, with Jose Sa, Rayan Ait-Nouri, Yerson Mosquera, Louie Moulden and Francisco Trincao all arriving at Molineux.