According to Sky Sports, Wolverhampton Wanderers have agreed on a club record fee with Middlesbrough to sign Adama Traore. The 22-year-old has been the stand-out player for the North East club since signing in 2016, and now, he’s being viewed as a potential superstar for Wolves as they prepare to kick off their Premier League campaign this weekend.
Traore has a £18 million release clause but the Midlands club are prepared to pay more than that, with the report suggesting that they’ll pay £10 million initially with the following instalments taking the overall figure to £20 million. Personal terms are believed to have been agreed, with Traore being set to complete his medical later today.
The Spaniard spent the first 11 years of his young career with Spanish giants Barcelona, before a poor tenure with Aston Villa. From that point, he was able to seal a move to Boro, which helped him to rebuild his momentum.
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