Plenty of Wolves fans have had their say on Twitter after former Barcelona winger Adama Traore has been linked back to the club again.
According to reports in the Daily Mail, the club’s interest in the 24-year-old has ramped up in recent weeks, and they could make a move to prevent Real Madrid from snapping him up in the future.
This is not the first time the two have been linked to each other in recent times. After Traore has had somewhat of a breakthrough season, he admitted that he would be interested in a move back to Spain at some point, which has promptly been starting rumours.
Thankfully for Wolves, they still have the £18m signing until the end of the season, but they could face losing him in the summer if the club cannot reach the Champions League.
When do you think Traore will leave the club?
He will never leave Molineux
End of the season
The season after next
Two seasons time
Fan account @TalkingWolves tweeted about the story, to which many fans responded weighing in with their personal comments.
Many are suggesting that it is going to cost over £100m for the player to be bought, while another told Barcelona to ‘dream on’ over the idea of them signing him.
If, and I mean if this is gonna happen… Adama will not be able to resist this… And to be fair, who would refuse?
— 1968 wwfc (@nigeturner68) February 7, 2020
Lol 200 million please
— Dan (@Dangy98) February 7, 2020
Yeah well. I’m sure he is watched. I hope for his carreer he’ll stay. He has a lot to improve and i just bought his jersey.
— TEAMPSGSFL (@sflteampsg) February 7, 2020
£150 mil and Messi should do it
— The_Ginger_1 (@lauwolf79) February 7, 2020
… I’m sure mega clubs like Barca will want to see a length and consistency to his brilliance before this type of move becomes a genuine prospect.
— Oli Kendall (@olijkendall) February 7, 2020
— #NDL (@lewis_wwfcNDL) February 7, 2020
In 24 Premier League games this season, Traore has been able to score four times, while assisting seven.
His next game will be against Leicester on Friday as Nuno Espirito Santo’s side look to climb back within reach of the Champions League.