Date: 7th January 2020 at 9:00am
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Lots of Wolves fans have discussed the rumour that Manchester City are going to bid €80m for Spanish winger Adama Traore.

Fan account @TalkingWolves tweeted about the rumour – which they attribute to Calciomercato – to which many fans responded with their opinions.

The majority of the fans think that they should no sell the tricky winger, despite the enormous amount of money which is being talked about.

The Spanish wide man has been in some form this season. According to WhoScored’s algorithm, he has had an average match rating of 7.74 – the highest in the Wolves squad and the second-highest in the entire division, with only Kevin de Bruyne having better.

Here are what some of the fans thought of the rumour below…

This acts as good proof of how far both Adama Traore and Wolves have come.

How much is Adama Traore worth to Wolves?

Less than £70m

Less than £70m

£70m sounds about right

£70m sounds about right

More than £70m

More than £70m

Unsure - it's too hard to tell in the transfer market these days

Unsure - it's too hard to tell in the transfer market these days

Firstly, Traore started just eight league games last year; this year, he has been one of the better players in the entire division, and now fans don’t even want to take £68m (€80m) for the player – imaging hearing that this time next year.

Secondly, Wolves are now in a position where they have a player that is worth that kind of money. More impressively, they are debatably in a position to turn it down when you consider that they are in the final 32 of the Europa League and just six points off the Champions League positions in the league.

 

One Reply to “‘Double that’, ‘Can take his left calf for that’ – Many Wolves fans react to City bid rumours”

  • I wouldn’t let any of our best players go in this window. It doesn’t give us much time to replace them.
    Personally I think it’s about time the January window was done away with as regards purchases. Maybe just have it as a loan window with the ability to also sign free agents.

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