Wolverhampton Wanderers have reportedly moved to fend off all interest for Adama Traore by slapping a stunning £135 million price-tag on his back.
The winger has shown signs of great progress in Nuno Espirito Santo’s team, adding end-product to his game alongside fantastic pace and superb dribbling skills. The improvement hasn’t gone unnoticed, and a number of top clubs are apparently interested in securing the services of the 24-year-old. He has mostly been linked with Manchester City and Liverpool.
However, as reported by Sunday Times, Wolves are adamant about keeping the services of the player who has three years still on his contract, and have therefore decided to ask for an amount no club in the world is likely to pay at the moment, given all the financial consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic. But even if it were not for the special circumstances, the price would probably still successfully ward off all potential suitors.
Traore has so far scored six and assisted 12 goals in 51 appearances in all competitions for Wolves this season.
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