Adama Traore has taken the Premier League by storm with his performances so far this season.
The 24-year-old has proved pivotal in Wolves’ success and has chipped in with five goals and 10 assists.
Despite the winter transfer window just closing, there are fresh reports linking Traore with a move away from Molineux.
However, with three years remaining on his contract, Wolves will be in no rush to sell.
Some Wolves fans have voiced their reaction to the rumours on Twitter.
“Premier League record”
Traore set Wolves back £18m in 2018, and the club will more than likely make a hefty profit should they sell.
With interest in Traore coming from plenty of big clubs in Europe, Wolves will demand a large sum.
Plenty of Wolves fans agree and would only sell for a transfer record fee.
Lol 200 million please
— Dan (@Dangy98) February 7, 2020
If we get a premier league record bid for Traore you sell imo #wwfc
— Matty (@Matt123525) February 5, 2020
Other Wolves fans didn’t think he should be sold for a transfer record, but still believe that Traore is worth more than £100m.
150m will do the job
— Sh¡v (@RenatDadashiv) February 5, 2020
Sure, for £100M
— Alexander Tang 🧢 (@alexandertangy) February 5, 2020
“Not even for 200m”
With Traore being such a vital player this season, many fans wish to see Traore remain a Wolves player regardless of how large a offer is made for him in the summer.
No way, not even for 200, Nuno is building the team around these guys. Selling Traore would take us a big step backwards.
— Fruity Pears (@johnlanham1) February 5, 2020
I wouldn’t want to sell for this and other clubs can laugh as much as they want. Without doubt the most improved player in the prem, most successful dribbles in Europe by far, who knows what more Nuno will get out of him. Can’t sell traore for a bit more than Pepe 🤣 https://t.co/0wjJQ6iho6
— James (@James_WWFC) February 7, 2020
With Wolves looking for up to €150m for Traore, there could be intense negotiations in the summer should any clubs make a formal offer.
However, Wolves and Traore will be focused on the rest of the season and the upcoming European knockout stages.
The squad are currently enjoying their first winter break in Marbella and are back in action next Friday against Leicester City.