Adama Traore’s contract situation at Wolves is an “iffy one”, says Express & Star journalist Luke Hatfield.
Traore, who joined Wolves from Middlesbrough back in the 2018 summer transfer window, has just two years remaining on his current deal.
The Spanish winger, 25, was thought to be close to putting pen to paper on a new one, with Goal reporting back in May that both parties were in talks.
However, nothing has materialised and his future now looks uncertain amid reported interest from clubs such as European champions Chelsea.
Speaking to FFC about the matter, Hatfield said:
“The contract situation’s a bit of an iffy one. We’ve heard from Wolves that they’re trying to get him down to a new deal and the kind of sounds we were hearing from Nuno when he was in charge is that that he was confident that he would sign a new deal, but we’re yet to see that.”
It leaves Wolves with a decision to make: sell now and make as much as they can or keep him and watch his value decrease as his contract runs down.
According to The Athletic, the Midlands club need to sell big if they want to spend this summer, so the former certainly looks like a strong possibility right now.