With Nuno Santo no longer the manager of Wolves, you have to fear over the future of a number of their best players.
Traore only scored twice for Wolves this season but he still remains one of the most devastating players in the Premier League.
His end product has been questionable this term but he was nothing short of outstanding during the 2019/20 campaign, quashing doubts over his offensive numbers.
The Spain international provided nine assists and scored four goals in the top-flight, taking a number of defenders to the cleaners.
If the Spaniard did leave then Wolves should look towards signing Bournemouth winger Arnaut Danjuma.
According to Football League World, the Old Gold are battling Everton and West Ham to sign the Dutchman this summer.
Danjuma was one of the most dangerous attackers in the Championship this campaign, scoring 17 times and providing eight assists for his teammates.
Hailed as “outstanding” by Cherries boss Jonathan Woodgate, the winger’s dribbling and ability to beat a man is top-class.
That gives you a glimpse of the type of player he is and shows how he can make up for the shortfall of their tricky Spaniard potentially departing.
He may even provide more danger to opposition defences. After all, Danjuma scored the same number of goals this term as Traore has netted in his entire senior career.