Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Adama Traore is attracting interest ahead of the January transfer window.
That’s according to Matt Law’s recent report for The Telegraph, with the journalist claiming that Tottenham Hotspur – who reportedly saw a season-long loan deal for the winger rejected by Wolves this summer, as well as being linked with a £40m permanent move for the Spain international – are once again interested in a move for the 25-year-old this winter.
While Traore has undeniably been a – quite literally – huge player for Wolves in recent seasons, when taking into account his continuous links with a move away from Molineux, as well as the fact his contract negotiations with the club are reported to be at a stalemate, the news that Spurs are interested in a deal for the winger this winter is sure to have left Wolves fans buzzing.
Indeed, despite the fact he is yet to contribute to a single league goal this season, the £27m-rated man has nevertheless impressed over his 15 Premier League appearances Bruno Lage’s side, creating two big chances for his teammates, as well as making an average of 1.1 key passes, completing a whopping 5.1 dribbles, taking 1.4 shots and winning 7.9 duels per game.
As such, with his stock still being high, January would appear to be a very sensible time to cash in on the Spaniard, with a fee in the region of £40m not seeming to be an unreasonable figure to demand for a player of Traore’s undoubtedly ability.
Furthermore, in a recent poll ran on Football FanCast, the vast majority of Wolves fans agreed that this winter would indeed be the perfect time to wave goodbye to Traore, something it would seem very wise for Jeff Shi to take note of.