Adama Traore is into the final couple of years of his contract at Wolves.

The Spaniard can leave Molineux as a free agent in the summer of 2023.

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Adama Traore (Photo by Jack Thomas – WWFC/Wolves via Getty Images)

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There had been reports earlier this year that Wolves were in talks with the player about extending his contract.

After retaining him beyond the last transfer window, amid some interest from Tottenham Hotspur, it was reported that Wolves felt confident of sorting out a new deal.

After all, the club had been able to tie down the likes of Raul Jimenez, Conor Coady and Pedro Neto in 2020.

But there has been no movement on the situation for a number of weeks now.

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Adama Traore (Photo by Jack Thomas – WWFC/Wolves via Getty Images)

And interestingly, Traore has started to become a little more dispensible to Bruno Lage.

He was benched against Southampton and Newcastle a few weeks back, and then once more against Everton on Monday.

Traore has not had that many minutes since the end of September, but Wolves have managed quite well in spite of that.

Hwang Hee-chan has really risen to the challenge and seems very well-liked by Lage.

Daniel Podence and Francisco Trincao have also had chances and done ell in parts.

In an ideal world, Traore would have more of a consistent end product and he’d be playing every single game.

But that is not the case right now, and it seems Lage’s patience could be wearing thin.


Wolves fans discuss Traore

On social media, fans have been talking about what should happen with the 25-year-old in January given how things are looking with him at the moment.

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Adama Traore (Photo by Jack Thomas – WWFC/Wolves via Getty Images)

It seems that more people are now open to the idea of the club selling him.

Wolves have some brilliant options. There is also Neto to come back into the fold.

It seems the feeling is that if Traore isn’t going to sign an extension before January, the club should feel confident to cash in before his value drops:

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