According to Mundo Deportivo, Wolverhampton Wanderers have an ‘offer on the table’ from Liverpool for Adama Traore. The 24-year-old has impressed under Nuno Espirito Santo and finds himself linked with a host of clubs after enjoying his most prolific season, but it’s unknown how much Wolves have been offered.
Traore has a £75m asking price and contract until 2023, so Wolves hold all the cards with negotiations. The Spaniard joined from Middlesbrough in 2018 and has gone on to make 81 appearances in all competitions, scoring seven goals and making 15 assists, but his form in his second season has been impressive.
Traore has scored six goals and made 12 assists across the board in 2019/20. He’s been key in Wolves’ pursuit of a top-four finish, so selling him could be a risk. Nuno has raised doubt over Traore’s future, however, admitting he didn’t know where the wide-man could end up next season, and Traore’s comments have been eye-opening.
When asked about interest from Real Madrid, Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City, the 24-year-old admitted that he can’t close the door to any suitor. Wolves aren’t going to lower their demands, so they’ll at least get a payday.