Wolverhampton Wanderers are limited with their spending this summer but if they sell some of their best players, we could see a hefty spree in the remaining weeks of the window.
Bruno Lage hasn’t had it easy since becoming the new manager but the arrival of Trincao has provided reason to be excited.
One player who could leave Wolves this summer is Adama Traore.
He only scored twice in the league last term but is one of the most electrifying players in the Premier League on his day.
Therefore, if he does leave the Midlands, it would be a huge loss to Wolves’ chances heading into the new campaign.
Trincao’s dribbling ability should act as a solid remedy to Traore’s potential departure but they could really make moves to replace him by signing Romain Faivre.
Wolves were linked with the Brest winger this week courtesy of reports in France and if they acquire his services, they’d have a real gem on their hands.
Capable of playing on either flank or even through the middle, he is electric in possession of the ball and beats players for ease.
In Ligue 1 last season, Faivre managed 2.5 dribbles per match. It’s someway down on Wolves’ dazzling Spaniard but he is an incredibly rare breed when it comes to that facet of the game.
Described as an “elegant player” by Steve Mounie, the attacker would also bring plenty of goals and assists to the table.
His manager, Olivier Dall’Oglio is another effusive in his praise for Faivre. “He’s comfortable on the ball, and fast in possession, he’s got great vision too,” he began.
“He’s got something special. He rarely loses the ball, he can break through the lines by dribbling, and his passing creates so many chances for us,” Dall’Oglio continued:
On that evidence, he’d be an excellent signing for Lage, one that could really help them to replace Traore.